Wed 18th April 2018
It was a dream day out for a group of Rangers fans on Tuesday thanks to the Rangers Charity Foundation.
The fans, who were each deserving of a boost owing to living with a life-limiting condition, illness, disability or recent difficult experience were invited to spend time at Ibrox and the Rangers Training Centre as part of the Foundation’s Dream Day initiative.
Guests gathered at the training ground in the morning and had the chance to take photographs with the First Team Squad and ask for autographs before watching them train.
Next was a visit to Ibrox for lunch in the Members Lounge before taking in a tour of the Stadium.
Everyone had a great time, with Connor Lynes, who travelled up from Hull for the day, saying: “I absolutely loved the day. It was amazing from start to finish.”
While William MacDonald added: “Myself and my son Kayne had a brilliant day and his dreams came true getting to meet his heroes.”
Sara Lynes commented, “I just wanted to say a massive thank you for allowing Connor and myself to be part of the Dream Day. It was an absolutely amazing day from start to finish.
“Connor has not shut up about it and I have not seen him this happy in a long time. This has definitely given him a boost.”
“The work you guys do is amazing, such a loving, family club. Thank you again and keep up the great work.”
You can also take a look at the day from the perspective of one of our guests, Josh, thanks to this heart warming Dream Day video! –