Loanee visits local school for good cause
Town full-back Hayden Coulson visited St Alban's Catholic High School yesterday to donate kit as part of BBC Radio Suffolk's Kit out the Nation campaign.
The Middlesbrough loanee met pupils at the school, who quizzed him on all things Ipswich Town and what life is like as a professional footballer, before handing over a generous donation of kit to the school.
Kit Out the Nation is a month long Make a Difference campaign aimed at taking in and distributing unwanted, good condition sports kit to children and teenagers who need it.
The Club has been pledging their support of the campaign throughout the month by hosting drop-off donation points at Portman Road for supporters who wish to donate unwanted kit to a fantastic cause.
The 23-year-old, explained the importance of the Club supporting the community initiative: "It's important for the Club and us as players to be out in the community. Especially when it's such a worthy cause like this one."
If you've any unwanted kit that you'd like to donate before the end of the month, the Club is hosting a collection point in the FanZone on Saturday against Sheffield Wednesday and on Tuesday against Doncaster Rovers.