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21 April 2016

Get down from 12.30pm

- Dean Hoyle at PPG Canalside Q&A
- Get down and ask your questions from 12.30pm
- Buy tickets or pay on the day for the Birmingham game

Huddersfield Town Chairman Dean Hoyle will answer your questions this Saturday (23 April) before the Birmingham City game at the regular PPG Canalside pre-match Q&A.

Dean will answer your questions from 12.30pm for about an hour in the Radcliffe Suite at Town's PPG Canalside training complex.

The question and answer session – hosted by Town’s Match Day Announcer Paul Ramsden - is free for members and £2 for non-members on the door. Food and bar service starts from noon (last food orders at 2.30pm), so get down early!

PPG Canalside is the ideal pre-match venue Saturday. There is ample car parking (£4 per car for non-members) and an easy 15 minute walk to the John Smith's Stadium. Entry is £2 per adult (non-members). To join PPG Canalside as a member cost £20 for the year - you can join on Saturday! 

Food and refreshment service starts at noon (last orders for food is 2.30pm). Match day food available includes Meat & Potato Pie (£4.95), Hot Beef Sandwich (£3.50) and Chilli Nachos (£4.25). 

Real Ales include Theakston's Lightfoot and Timothy Taylor's Landlord. There are special offers on four pint pitchers of John Smith's Smooth (£8.50), Fosters (£9.50), Heineken (£10.50) and Rekorderlig (£11.50). Draught Strongbow is also available. 

Another guest at PPG Canalside this Saturday is a truly British beer from Everards Brewery – Ascalon (ABV 4.0%)

Legend tells the story that St. George ventured to save the princess from the claws of the dragon. Whilst fighting the beast he became injured and sought protection under a mythical orange tree which both healed and gave him power.

When the dragon came to attack, St George, raised his sword, named Ascalon and plunged it deep into the dragon with all of his might.

To honour St George and the tree that saved him, Ascalon is a traditional chestnut ale brewed with British grown Challenger and Admiral hops. Orange, zesty flavours are complemented with chocolate, earthy aromas, leaving a perfectly rounded finish.

Post-match, the bar is still open so why not come in for a coffee or tea (for the driver) and catch up with the results on Sky Sports News whilst the traffic eases? 

PPG Canalside - the ideal venue to meet up!

Click HERE for full ticket info on Saturday's game vs Birmingham City!

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