Stanley stars Sean McConville and Sean Hessey swapped the pitch this week for the classroom for a special event at Peel Park Primary School.
The duo attended the school and took part in a literacy day followed by a question and answer session with the children.
More than 120 children took part in the session and had some interesting questions to put to the players.
ASCT’s Senior Community Officer, Liam Smith said: "The players were really good with the children and the kids loved asking questions to them.
"The players are big role models to the kids and it’s important for us to use them at events, such as these, to give the fans of the future something to remember."
The school, which is built next to the site of the Reds former stadium, were full of praise for ASCT and the players.
Teacher Trish Gregory, said: "We would like to thank ASCT for organising the two players to come in.
"It was a great day for the children and staff alike and the kids are still talking about it."
Also this week the ASCT’s PAN Disability Football sessions got off to a great start.
The sessions, which run on Monday evenings from 7-8pm, are at Mount Carmel High School and run term-time only.
The children who attend the sessions will then go on to represent the club as ASCT’s Disability Football Team, playing against teams such as Manchester United and Liverpool FC.
Anyone who would like more information on ASCT Disabilty Football Team, contact 01254 356950 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
This week also saw the start of ASCT’s new ‘Grass Roots’ initiative.
The scheme involves local grass roots football teams invited to the Crown Ground on a matchday.
The team then go on to showcase their talents in front of thousands of supporters in a mini-soccer game at half- time.
Speaking about the initiative, ASCT’s assistant community manager Martin Fearon said: "The Grass Roots initiative is a great way for local football teams to promote their club and show off their players at ASFC’s home matches.
"We invite the players and managers and also put on a special ‘family and friends’ ticket offer for the team."
Anyone interested in getting a football team involved contact ASCT on the phone number or email above.
Accrington Stanley Community Trust have also now got a Facebook page which will keep people up-to-date on all upcoming events and for the latest news.
Finally the Trust would like to say congratulations to both Belthorn Foundation Primary and St Annes and St Josephs RC Primary for progressing to ASCT’s Kids Cup: Hyndburn Final.
This will be played at half-time on Tuesday evening’s fixture against Morecambe.