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23 April 2014

Fantastic family day at training ground

Huddersfield Town fans enjoyed a fantastic family day out on Good Friday at PPG Canalside.

Ahead of the First Team’s Sky Bet Championship match against Brighton, the Club hosted a family fun day at its training ground.

Starting from 12.30pm, families were invited down to the complex on Leeds Road where a bouncy castle, face painters, balloon makers and the Premier League trophy were all waiting.

Also, the Club’s Head of Football Operations Ross Wilson took part in the question and answer session covering topics such as scouting, the Academy, transfers and much more!

The ever-popular Terry the Terrier and the Town Foundation mascot Captain Booth were also invited down to hand out goody bags. 

Also, two Pedal for Pound bike riders were stationed outside the main entrance on static bikes raising money for the Keep It Up campaign, whilst Daniel Carr and Club Ambassador Andy Booth attempted to play football in their match day suits!

Huddersfield Town's Supporter Partnerships Manager Robyn Deegan commented:

“As well as providing a top class training ground for the football club, a big ethos that drove the redevelopment of PPG Canalside was to provide top class community facilities and it’s great that we can again fulfil that purpose in this way.

“I think the fantastic weather helped, but there was a great turn out and plenty for everyone to do. I hope that all the families that came down enjoy their day.”

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