Make Some Noise for charity this weekend!

Help support Global Radio’s charitable initiative

City supporters are being called upon to crank up the decibels at this weekend’s fixture against Hartlepool United in aid of charity.

Make Some Noise is a national charity that was founded by Global Radio, which helps disadvantaged children and young people across the UK and uses the power of radio to ‘make some noise’ for those that struggle to be heard.

And this weekend City fans will be asked to make some noise in a more literal sense in support. Heart FM’s Olivia Tostevin will be on the pitch at half-time to try and whip the SJP crowd into a frenzy, and the noise you make will be monitored by a sound level recorder.  We need to prove once and for all that we are scientifically and statistically the loudest in the south-west – Plymouth Argyle recorded 100.4 decibels at their game last weekend, can we beat that?!

As the in-form team in the division, we’ll be going for a fifth straight League 2 victory on Saturday.  We’re also due to welcome Matt Grimes and Christy Pym back from international duty with England’s Under-20 side, and 10,000m European Champion Jo Pavey will be introduced to the crowd.  So there’s plenty of reason to cheer!  Dagenham & Redbridge and Coventry City supporters have been in touch in praise of the travelling Grecian fans over the past week – let’s bring that noise back to the Park on Saturday.

Today (Thursday 9th October) marks Make Some Noise’s big fundraising day, and young pros James Hamon and Jason Pope joined Senior Commercial Manager Mark Jenkins in the Heart FM studio this morning to promote the event.

So please raise the roof at half-time (and throughout the game of course!) in aid of charity this weekend, and you can text FOOTY to 70070 to donate £2 – every penny goes to Make Some Noise and helps disadvantaged children and young people around the country and here in Devon.