Published: 06:00, 18 September 2020
Ramsgate have joined a number of Kent clubs in offering free entry to NHS workers for the new Isthmian South East season.
The club are showing their gratitude to the health service, not only for their work during Covid-19 but since its inception in 1948.
"It's fantastic to be able to give something back," said Ramsgate chairman James Lawson.
"Many of us have family members and friends working in the NHS and the last few months have reminded us all of the selfless sacrifices they make and the hard work they put in for the benefit of others.
"As a club we feel that offering free matchday tickets is the least we can do."
Ramsgate stated: "We are sure all our fans will join us as we say thank you for the hard work carried out by those on the frontline of the battle with Covid-19 and all their efforts prior and in the future.
"We encourage as many clubs as possible to join the campaign, whether that is giving away 50 tickets a week, 100 tickets a week or unlimited free entry to those working for The National Health Service."
The first home game will be against Ashford on Saturday, September 26 at Southwood. But with crowds currently capped at a 400 capacity, those wanting to attend are advised to pre-book online and then show a NHS ID card at the turnstiles.