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18 April 2019

Jack and Freddie drop in to see young patients

Jack Lankester and Freddie Sears visited Ipswich Hospital earlier today to hand out Easter eggs to children in the Bergholt Ward.

The Town forwards presented chocolate Thorntons eggs to dozens of young patients who will be in hospital over the Easter period.

The eggs were kindly donated by the East of England Co-op.

"Hopefully the children got a nice little surprise today," Freddie told the Club website.

"It's never nice to see anyone in hospital, especially children, so I hope they're all out enjoying the sunshine again soon."

Town's match against Swansea on Easter Monday will also see Cadbury's Creme Eggs distributed to children in the FanZone, while there will be a number of activities on offer to young Blues fans including dodgeball, battle zone archery, cricket, football and face painting.

The clash against The Swans is a Kids for a Quid promotional match, meaning entry to Portman Road is just £1 for U19s.

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