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SCHOOLS FOCUS GATHERS PACE FOR QPR GAME

9 September 2016

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Another four players visit local schools

- Schools Focus initiative gains further momentum
- Four First Team players visit local schools
- More players visiting schools on Friday

Huddersfield Town’s First Team players continued to make surprise visits to local schools on Thursday to kick-start the Club’s ‘Schools Focus’ scheme in 2016/17!

This week, the Club has handed out 25,000 free Schools Focus booklets to over 100 schools across the region, which contain special vouchers that allow kids and their families to come and watch the Terriers at special discounted rates.

That starts with the next home game against QPR on 17 September, when the vouchers can be used to redeem tickets for just £10 adults and £3 juniors!

Click HERE for a bit more information about the Schools Focus scheme and how you can get involved.

Jack Payne, Tareiq Holmes-Dennis and Kasey Palmer kicked off a week of activity on Wednesday morning by holding a special assembly at Christchurch Academy in Deighton with Club Ambassador Andy Booth; click HERE for info and pictures!

Town's match-winner in the 1-0 victory over Wolves last time out, Rajiv van La Parra, started things on Thursday by visiting Spring Grove school in Huddersfield to hand out Schools Focus booklets (pictured above).

At the same time, the ever-popular Michael Hefele popped into Linthwaite Ardron and Oak Primary to hand out bookets, as well as free copies of the Club's match day programme GUAH.



Christopher Schindler visited Rowley Lane; he's pictured with the kids below!



The final visits of the day were made by Chris Löwe, who met the children at Farnley Tyas Primary School before diverting to Dalton to visit St. Joseph's.



Keep an eye on Town’s Twitter account, @htafcdotcom, over the next 24 hours to see where the players are!

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