hampers - Organisers Dani Fisher-Sherratt and Kirsty Fisher-Sherratt with a hamper and other team members at the Weaver Stadium (1)

Nantwich Town Ladies players teamed up to help distribute hampers to care homes in Nantwich and Crewe and a Foodbank in Crewe, writes Jonathan White.

The items were donated by kind-hearted players and staff and decoratively packaged.

Christmas hampers were the idea of Nantwich Town Ladies FC players Dani Fisher-Sherratt and Kirsty Fisher-Sherratt.

Other players involved were Emily Fallon, Rima Houssaini, Maddie Jones, Emma Palin, Marni Williams, and Saskia Williamson, along with first team manager Chris Broad.

Nine hampers each contained coffee, biscuits, tea, chocolates, prosecco, wine, crackers, and other relevant items.

Team members gathered at The Optimum Pay Stadium car park on a cold and wet Sunday morning before driving out with the hampers to the care homes and the food bank at St Paul’s, Crewe.

Chris Broad, manager of Nantwich Town Ladies FC first team, said: “I’m really proud of the squad we have built at Nantwich Town Ladies and it’s full of great people as well as great footballers.

“The work our local carers and food banks have always done has become far more important recently with the pandemic and food banks with the extra efforts of the likes of Marcus Rashford’s campaign.

“It is important to us that they are recognised for it with this small gesture. We are enjoying integrating ourselves into the local community.”

Nantwich Town Ladies FC first team play in the Cheshire Women’s & Youth Football League (Championship East).

For further information relating to Nantwich Town Ladies FC visit https://www.facebook.com/NTFCLadies

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