Club donate kit to local charity
A junior football team in Kenya are proudly wearing the colours of Shrewsbury Town thanks to a charity which is run in the African country by Bill and Lynn Morris from Ellesmere.
The charity called the 'Kenyan Schools Project' sees them help 13 schools and orphanages by supplying educational and sportswear supplies twice a year.
The kit shown here was donated by Shrewsbury Town FC to RAF Shawbury with Squadron Leader Neil Hope kindly passing it on to KSP to deliver to Mukuru Promotional Centre in Nairobi.
Shrewsbury Town have again sent more kit to donate to worthy recipients once again this year, this time to KSP itself through Martin James, the club's head of community development, and Geoff Corfield of Ellesmere Rotary Club.
Bill and Lynn Morris have been invited to the Greenhous Meadow for today's game against Carlisle United to collect the donated kit on the pitch at half time.
The couple will be visiting Kenya again for their 17th visit since 2004 to deliver all their donated supplies to schools and orphanages between Nairobi and Mombasa which they support with charitable deliveries.
More details can be viewed via their website at www.kenyanschoolsproject.co.uk