Blues' ESCLA Visit
Everton's Supporters' Club tour hit London at the weekend.
Club officials were already in the capital for the Blues' win over West Ham on Sunday, and as soon as the game ended they headed across the city to the Royal National hotel to meet members of the Everton Supporters Club London Area (ESCLA).
Chief executive Robert Elstone, head of ticketing Andy Ward, head of communications Mark Rowan and media and publications manager Darren Griffiths were joined by legend Graeme Sharp on the top table.
ECSLA chairman Eric Moonman chaired a question and answer session with the panel.
Some of the topics included ticketing allocations, Everton's perception in the media and the status of the Kirkby project.
There was also plenty of time for Sharpy to dissect Everton's 2-1 win over the Hammers which had left the visitors in good spirits.
The legend declared that John Heitinga was his man of the match in the triumph over Gianfranco Zola's side.
Everton are keen to engage with Supporters' Clubs up and down the land, having already visited Southport, Mid-Cheshire and Denbigh amongst others.
And the Club are planning further visits in the coming months.