"It’s always great to see so many happy faces in Ipswich shirts"
Town forward Joe Pigott gave up his time this afternoon to visit a Community Trust Easter camp at Chantry Academy.
The Easter camp is one of many that is run by the Club’s Community Trust, and aims to keep young people in the local area active while on their school holidays, as well as giving them the opportunity to socialise and have fun.
Joe joined in with multiple mini matches, before answering a range of questions the children had, all while juggling a ball which was requested by one of the young participants!
Town's number nine then posed for photos and signed items the group had brought in, before handing out signed matchday programmes.
“It was great to get out in the community and take part in the session,” the 28-year-old told the Club website, reflecting on the visit.
“It’s vital that players reach out into the community, and we know how important it is to do so.
“It was great to see so many happy faces in Ipswich shirts.”
Ipswich Town Community Trust offers multiple open access sessions, which are available on the Community Trust website. For further information, please click HERE.