Westgate Wanderers under 12's team give cakes and pizzas to key workers to say thank you

Westgate Wanderers under 12's team gave cakes and pizzas to key workers to say thank you for all their hard work through the coronavirus pandemic.

Monday, 27th April 2020, 11:42 am
Updated Monday, 27th April 2020, 11:44 am
Players from Westgate Wanderer's under 12's team donated cakes and pizzas to key workers at the fire and ambulance station in Lancaster to say thank you for all their hard work during the coronavirus pandemic.

The team gave over 100 cakes (donated by Celebration Cakes, Lancaster) and pizzas (donated by Pizza Time) to the fire and ambulance station workers in Lancaster.

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All the team couldn't be there due to social distancing but a couple of them attended to represent the team including Tyler Graham, Mason Barker, Benjamin McMeeking and Nathan Gardner with their manager Eric Shaw.

Senior paramedic Simon Henriquez, paramedic Rachael Gibson and fire crew manager Darren Smith were all delighted to take delivery of the pizzas and cakes from the children.

The cakes donated by Celebration Cakes to key workers at the fire and ambulance station in Lancaster.