Notts County Foundation is delighted to announce that we have teamed up with Nottingham Forest Community Trust in support of Anti-Bullying Week’s Odd Socks Day campaign.
Held on Monday 15 November, Odd Socks Day provides an opportunity to encourage people to express themselves by celebrating their individuality and uniqueness.
Venetia Sanders, Head of Commercial at Notts County Foundation, said: “We are thrilled to have joined forces with Nottingham Forest Community Trust during Anti-Bullying Week to demonstrate that, while we all have our differences, we should still treat everyone equally and with respect. The historic Trent Bridge has been the link between the city’s two football clubs, so what better location to come together and stand united against bullying, discrimination and prejudice.”
Tom Norton, Programmes Coordinator at Nottingham Forest Community Trust, said: “Nottingham Forest Community Trust is delighted to come together with neighbours, Notts County Foundation to raise awareness of Anti-Bullying Week and Odd Socks Day by meeting on Trent Bridge for this symbolic photo. All football rivalries aside, we are united against bullying and the impact it can have on individuals. ”
For more information about Anti-Bullying Week and Odd Sock Day, please click here.