Millwall Football Club hosted its first-ever Community Day at The Den on Saturday, in which a huge range of activities took place to showcase the far-reaching work of its Community Trust.
Initiatives included a bucket collection and wristband giveaway, held by the Trust's Post-16 education course participants, and football matches at the Lions Centre for Premier League Kicks attendees and Millwall and Norwich City's Down's syndrome teams.
The Lions Centre also hosted Millwall's regular matchday family fun zone - which on Saturday introduced further activities including a bouncy castle and inflatable Twister, as well as an inflatable penalty shootout taking place next to SE16 bar.
Next to the Blue Bus Community Trust staff and Post-16 students informed fans of courses and programmes on offer, while in the Millwall Supporters' Club marquee was a donation station for the Southwark Foodbank, with whom the club are relaunching its partnership.
The local community's 'Back the Bakerloo' campaign, also backed by the club, was advertised also by the Blue Bus with informative leaflets handed out to supporters.
Young Millwall fans Ellice Barr and Harvey Brown were invited as special mascots for the League fixture with Norwich City, whilst the Trust's regional training centre (RTC) age groups and Down's syndrome team participated in a half-time lap of honour. Ball girls for the game came from the RTC U16s group.
Lions forwards Steve Morison and Aiden O'Brien donated match-worn boots which were auctioned in aid of the Trust after the game, whilst players assisted with the other community campaigns.
Take a look at our gallery from a special day for the club, the Trust and the local community.