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26 October 2012

Family Day at Portman Road on Saturday. Fiver to get into game for all U16s with celebrity Blue in Zorb Ball race

The Children in Need charity will be at Portman Road tomorrow as Town host a  Family Day, with plenty of activities and events going on for youngsters.   

All juniors under the age of 16 will be able to watch the game against Sheffield Wednesday for just £5 with adult tickets available for £20 while senior/student/U20s will gain entry for £15. 

A mascot race in one of the many events being planned with Pudsey in attendance as Town look to raise money on the day for Children In Need.

Club cheerleaders The UpTown Girls will be performing around the ground as well as their normal half-time routine, with the dancers looking for a little help from the Blue Army for a special performance!

The East of England Co-operative will be doing a cooking demonstration - something seasonal and fun - with Alison Tinnion.

Alison runs a cookery school for children, called Wooden Spoons.  She teaches and inspires children to prepare and cook healthy dishes and to give them the skills and confidence to explore new foods and get creative.

The East of England Co-operative will be running a prize draw with a hamper of local produce worth £60 to be won and they will also be distributing stickers, posters and T-shirts for fans who bring their membership card.

Suffolk Golf Partnership will be providing an inflatable golf net with golf equipment for all those trainee Rory McIlroys out there, while for the younger Blues there is the Ipswich Play Bus.

Supporters can test out their skills at African drumming, while face painters will be in attendance around the ground.

And don’t miss a special Zorb Ball challenge at half-time when Town take on the Owls in a head to head race with the UpTown Girls looking for donations from Children in Need from the losing fans.

Blues will be represented by a celebrity who is confident he will roll his way to success. Here’s a clue to his identity – he had a busy summer in London.


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