Following the announcement that Torquay United AFC will be holding a FREE Kids Christmas Party on Thursday, December 19th 2019, families from across the local community have been contacting the club to book their spaces.
Over 100 children have now booked in at Plainmoor this free Christmas event, with some tour timeslots now almost full. Please note that with a limited number of tickets available, any families yet to reserve their space are asked to book now to avoid disappointment.
The club are inviting families from across the community to join us here at Plainmoor for this fantastic festive occasion – free of charge, however with a limited number of tickets available, timeslots are filling up quickly.
Beginning at 15:45 the party will allow youngsters to go behind the scenes at Plainmoor, with a tour around the ground and dressing rooms, as well as an opportunity to have their pictures taken with the National League South trophy!
Father Christmas will be on hand to provide gifts from in his Grotto, before the children meet the players.
There will be plenty of festive music to keep spirits up, as well as food and drink to purchase from our No.10s restaurant.
Tours will commence at various times throughout the afternoon, in order to cater for as many families as possible.
The following timeslots are available – please advise of your preference when booking your space:
- 3.45 – 4.35
- 4.00 – 4.50
- 4.15 – 5.05
- 4.30 – 5.20
- 4.45 – 5.35
- 5.00 – 5.50
- 5.15 – 6.05
- 5.30 – 6.20
- 5.45 – 6.35
This event is expected to be very popular, and therefore booking is essential.
Tickets go on general sale from Friday 13th December 2019 at 9am. However, as an added benefit to our Season Ticket holders, priority access will be given to 2019/20 pass holders 24 hours earlier, from Thursday 12th December 2019 at 9am.
To reserve your place, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 01803 328666.
Although this event is provided by the club at no cost, donations are invited in aid of Torbay Hospital’s Louisa Carey Ward, and also the Special Care Baby Unit.