FORMER Barnsley FC players Kayode Odejayi and Adie Moses paid a visit to the club’s social isolation programme last week.

The ‘Reminiscent Reds project is targeted at addressing social isolation across the town, with weekly sessions taking place at Oakwell.

Sessions are open to individuals and will incorporate activities and inspire fans, deepening their connection and sense of belonging.

The Reds duo spoke about their time at the club throughout the different decades retrospectively and took part in question and answer sessions.

Head of health and wellbeing at the Barnsley FC Community Trust, Sean Margison, said: “It was great to have Adie and Kayode join us at Reminiscent Reds this afternoon.

“Listening to their ups and downs while at Barnsley was interesting.

“All our participants were engaged and the feedback on the session has been fantastic, and we thank both Adie and Kayode for coming along.”

The group runs every Wednesday from 2pm to 3.30pm in the Ozone at Oakwell.