HUDDERSFIELD Giants have unveiled their Angels, who the club hope will enhance the matchday experience for fans.
In partnership with sponsors Locala, the four-strong team of Angels will be on hand to assist supporters with a whole host of queries.
In distinct uniforms, emblazoned with the Angels logo, they will represent the club outside the ground, putting their motto “here to help” firmly into place as they provide a point of contact for the club.
They will be seen for the first time at Sunday’s big Super League XVIII clash with Warrington Wolves.
Locala, who became a community interest company in 2011, will be the Angels' official sponsors.
They provide NHS community services to over 400,000 people in the Kirklees area through the likes of district nursing, school nursing, health visiting and stop smoking support in Kirklees.
Locala chief executive Robert Flack said: “You’ll see ‘caring for you locally’ on Locala stationery, leaflets and advertisements, and it sums up what we do.
“We’re delighted to work with the Giants in launching the Angels. It’s a perfect fit!
“We feel this exciting partnership shows our commitment as a social enterprise to our local community.”
The new Angels team and their support staff had a look around the stadium this week ahead of making their ‘debut’ this weekend.
And Giants stars Leroy Cudjoe and Michael Lawrence were there to greet them.
The top duo were also on hand to promote the £25 double ticket offer for Sunday and next Saturday’s home Cup-tie against Leeds, with the deadline ending today.
“We’re delighted with the response we’ve had to the deal, but as it ends at 5pm today, fans need to act quickly,” said Giants marketing chief James Brammer.