Town players support Community Trust at Portman Road
Town players Cole Skuse and Freddie Sears were at Portman Road earlier today to support the work of the Club's Community Trust.
The lads got involved in a disability training session being held on the practice pitch at the stadium, before posing for photos with the participants.
"It was great to be involved. I was in goal and Freddie was the 'server' for the players shooting," Cole told iFollow Ipswich.
"Everyone seemed to enjoy it. It was windy and a bit cold but there were guys running around in shorts and t-shirts so they must be have had a good time.
"The Trust is doing some positive work in schools and throughout the Suffolk area. What they're doing is great.
"I know Saturday is the Club's 'Bring a Pound to the Ground' day so if people are kind enough to donate to a great scheme then that's fantastic."
The ITFC Community Trust are now running weekly disability sessions for adults and U18s, with both sessions taking place at Portman Road.
A 12-week block of U18 sessions is priced at £42, working out at £3.50 per session. Meanwhile, a 12-week block of adult sessions is priced at £36 - just £3 a session.
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Town will be recognising the work of the Club’s charitable arm, Ipswich Town Community Trust on Saturday as Blues take on Burton Albion.
The Club are asking fans to bring a pound to the ground in aid of the Community Trust. Volunteers will be outside Portman Road and in the FanZone collecting from midday.
Ipswich Town Community Trust use the brand of Ipswich Town and power of football to break down barriers and stereotypes to ensure all disabled participants have an opportunity to engage in football activity relevant to their disability.