Tickets are still available for the free Albion Fans' Forum in Rye on Thursday March 7th with a guest panel including Paul Barber, Charlie Oatway and Gary Hart.
The event is part of the Albion Rye Roadshow, a series of activities being run by the club and Albion in the Community over two days in Rye involving hundreds of local school children and students from Rye College.
The forum event which takes place at the George Hotel in Rye will be hosted by Juice FM's Guy Lloyd and the free entry also includes a free Piglet’s Pantry pie and a pint of Harvey’s.
Fans will get the chance to quiz the panel about all things Albion and win free tickets to matches as well as free tours of the Amex Stadium.
Albion chief executive, Paul Barber said, “This is an exciting period in Brighton & Hove Albion's history and over the two days we want to give people in Rye a flavour of what the club and Albion in the Community are about.
“As a club we are extremely proud of our Sussex identity and the support we have in communities in every corner of the county. We want to build on this and develop the work of Albion in the Community in these areas in the months and years ahead.”
Rye College executive principal, Ann Cockerham added, "We are grateful to Brighton & Hove Albion Football Club and to Albion in the Community for providing this fabulous roadshow for young people in Rye and for their families.
“They are doing so much good work across Sussex and making a real difference to young people's lives. We are proud to be working in partnership with them and look forward to developing this partnership further in the years ahead."
The roadshow will kick-off with a special six-aside football tournament for local primary schools on Wednesday March 6th with the club’s Young Seagulls team with ‘Gully’ leading other fun activities for children on the day.
Club and AITC staff will also be delivering a number of coaching and education sessions with Rye College students the following day. The sessions will include futsal, football-themed numeracy and literacy lessons and schools masterclasses where students will learn how to apply Apple-based technology to their learning.
Free tickets for the fans’ forum event which starts at 7.30pm and finishes at 10pm can be booked by e-mailing or calling 07880 195512.

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