The Cowleys and Town players visit local hospitals and Forget Me Not
- Danny Cowley’s First Team squad visited local hospitals and children’s hospice
- Town players took gift bags to all children
- Comments from Assistant Manager Nicky Cowley
Members of Huddersfield Town’s First Team squad delivered some early festive cheer to the children and their families in two local hospitals and a children’s hospice.
Danny and Nicky Cowley, Club Captain Christopher Schindler, Juninho Bacuna, Jonathan Hogg, Steve Mounié and Lewis O’Brien visited the Children’s Ward at Calderdale Royal Hospital in Halifax.
Mark Hudson, Alex Pritchard, Danny Simpson and Kamil Grabara went to the Children’s Ward at Huddersfield Royal Infirmary.
Top goal scorer Karlan Grant, Ryan Schofield, Josh Koroma and First Team Goalkeeping Coach Paul Clements also visited Forget Me Not Children’s Hospice.
The players delivered bags of Huddersfield Town goodies to the children, and stayed for autographs and pictures with the children and their families, lifting the spirits of everyone on the wards.
Huddersfield Town’s Assistant Manager Nicky Cowley commented:
“It’s nice to visit the different hospitals because there’s people suffering in our local area. For us to get out and meet them it’s really important.
“Hopefully we could put smiles back on their faces and help them to look forward to the Christmas period.
“We are aware of what a difficult time this is for them and it puts everything in perspective for us.”