There's plenty going on in our family room ahead of Saturday's clash against Stevenage, open to supporters who purchase a family ticket, which admit one adult and one child to the match for £18!
We will have arts and crafts set up for our mini-Stags to allow their imaginations to run wild, including paint, glitter and glue!
We’ll have a wide range of board games available for the children to use, along with music for our young fans to dance to.
There will also be face painting, which is FREE of charge for our final home game of the Sky Bet League Two campaign.
Supporters’ liaison officer Danielle Hett says that today is a great opportunity for our mini-Stags to let their creativity flow.
“With this being our last home match, we really see this as an opportunity for everyone to come together and cheer the Stags on,” she said.
“We’re calling today ‘free play,’ so the only limits are the children’s imaginations!”
Our family room is open for those with a valid family ticket for today’s match, but children aged 17 and under must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
The sensory area, built for those prone to experiencing a sensory overload, will also be available for those with a family ticket to use.
Our family room has free fruit for our young Stags, which has been the case for every home matchday.
There will also be a food bank donation point located in the family room on matchday, and all donations from supporters are welcomed and greatly appreciated.