Our RICT Virtual Coffee Morning on 28th March featured special guests Grant Brown (GB), Gavin Gordon (GG), and Simon Yeo (SY). Those attending had an entertaining time hearing stories from their careers. Following is a summarised write-up of the morning in case you missed it. Question – What are yourContinue Reading

The Red Imps Community Trust are delighted to announce the guests for the next coffee morning – this Saturday March 13 at 11am. We are welcoming Lincoln City Women Chairman Martin Ryder, their new Manager Lee Mitchell and team captain Amy Blinkhorn. If you would like to take part pleaseContinue Reading

Below is a transcript of Michael Hortin, the BBC Radio Lincolnshire sports producer and commentator who joined us for the last coffee morning on Friday 26 February. Questioner: As the local reporter for the club, you’ll get the vibes there at the moment. Do you think the Imps can goContinue Reading

BBC Radio Lincolnshire’s sports producer and commentator Michael Hortin joins us for the next Trust coffee morning on Friday 26 February at 11am. If you wish to take part please email coffee@redimpstrust.co.uk .Continue Reading

The sixth edition of the official e-magazine of the Red Imps Community Trust is here to download!Continue Reading

In these days of lockdown the Trust is hoping to do something different for the end of next week to help get you through the weekend. Pete Doyle, Chairman of the Trust and Rob Bradley, Trust Director on the board of the Imps, will be available on Zoom next FridayContinue Reading

 The Red Imps Community Trust are pleased to confirm that from 2021 onwards we will have a main charity partner who we will work with and support. We are delighted to confirm that the British Heart Foundation is our first charity partner for this year. We look forward to working withContinue Reading

Since its formation in 1952, the Lincoln & District Football Supporters Club have raised well over £1.6 million. Originally founded as the Lincoln City Supporters Club, the principal objective of the supporters club was to raise money for the Football Club, and their first donation was £50 for a newContinue Reading