NHS and social care staff on guest list for Gulls' second Community Day

Torquay United supporters during the National League match between Torquay United and KingÕs Lynn To

Torquay United supporters during the first Community Day at Plainmoor last month. Picture: Dave Crawford/PPAUK - Credit: Dave Crawford/PPAUK

NHS and social care staff are the next group of people invited to Torquay United's second 'Community Day' venture on Saturday, November 13.

Following the success of  'Part One' last month, when more than 1,000 free tickets were distributed to community groups and families, a similar offer will see medical, nursing and care staff at the Gulls' next home game against Dover Athletic.

Gary Johnson, Manager of Torquay United during the National League match between Torquay United and

Gary Johnson with guests during the Community Day at Plainmoor. Picture: Dave Crawford/PPAUK - Credit: Dave Crawford/PPAUK

Meanwhile, North Wales police are working with Wrexham AFC and United to identify the culprits who threw bottles, coins and other debris at 242 travelling supporters in the closing stages of the 1-1 draw at the Racecourse Ground last Saturday.

Some supporters sustained minor injuries, and police later supplied escorts for the Gulls Travel Club coach and other fans leaving the area.