Sixty guests from nearby primary schools and community groups were welcomed by the club’s mascot, Mighty Red, before enjoying a delicious breakfast and taking in the new stadium tour.
Former Reds striker Fowler was on hand to help, serving food as well as signing autographs and taking pictures with the local residents.
Almost 300 guests attended the Breakfast Clubs throughout half-term, with sessions taking place each morning of the school break.
Food poverty and education is one of the key focus areas of the Red Neighbours programme, alongside creating memorable experiences for young people, support for the elderly, and encouraging a physically active community.
LFC’s official family partner, Joie, also lent its support to the week-long activity by providing a range of gifts for all those attending as well as Joie products and LFC store gift vouchers for the daily raffles.
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