Members of a valuable community group have enjoyed spending time watching Blackburn Rovers stars up in action at the club's training ground.
"Remember the Rovers", which has been running since 2019, brings people living with Alzheimer’s and dementia together weekly in the Darwen End Stand at Ewood Park and discuss their memories of following Rovers over the years.
Now regularly attended by more than 40 people each Wednesday, the group have been on a number of football related trips including to the National Football Museum and Deepdale.
The group , which is run by Blackburn Rovers Community Trust, have also organised visits with other club's charitable organisations.

They linked up with a group from the Manchester United Foundation and took part in a ground tour of Old Trafford as well as having lunch with former Rovers and United duo David May and Wes Brown.
They recently went on their first ever away day together during Rovers’ recent draw with Middlesbrough and met up with Middlesbrough FC Foundation's Team Talk group.
Thirty five participants visited Blackburn Rovers’ STC where they enjoyed a tour of the facilities before they watched the first team be put through their paces by manager John Eustace’s coaching staff.

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The group .also met with Blackburn Rovers CEO Steve Waggott, and ended the visit by taking part in a Q&A session with Eustace and his coaches Matt Gardiner and David Lowe.
Gordon, a Remember the Rovers member, said: “I’ve really enjoyed the day and to come inside the (STC) building and see the facilities has been tremendous.
“Blackburn Rovers is such a big part of life, and I never miss a game so to get the opportunity to speak with John Eustace was great!”
Eustace added: “As a professional footballer or coach you are very privileged and have a huge level of responsibility to those that support the club.
“Wherever I’ve worked I’ve tried to instil the idea of being a family and the most important thing for me is the fans and the players are one, so it was great to meet the group who are a part of a fantastic organisation.”