The SUFC Trust have been presented with a cheque for £500 following this year's supporters' Flag Day.ABOVE CAPTION: Back from left: Tom Powell (Café INDIEpendent), Lee Turnbull (Scunthorpe United Trust), Tony Gosling (Chairman The Iron Trust). Front from left: Deanna Black (Scunthorpe United Trust), Benjy Taylor, Becky Birkett (Lincolnshire House wheelchair footballers), Matt Robinson (Scunthorpe United Trust).
This year saw the Flag Day event held at CafeINDIEpendent.
Flag Day has become a tradition for Iron fans and is held on the last home matchday of the football season.
Over 170 fans, including some from Gillingham, attended the event, which was supported by the Iron Trust, CaféINDIEpendent, Pocklingtons Bakery, Scunthorpe United FC and the band Ramble Gamble who played during the evening.
£500 was raised through ticket sales and a raffle. The money was for the wheelchair football project run for the residents of Lincolnshire House by their staff in conjunction with staff from Scunthorpe United Trust and was presented at the wheelchair football session on Friday.
The picture below shows Iron Trust member Tony Gosling making the presentation to SUFC Trust chief executive Lee Turnbull, with a group of the powerchair footballers.