Town adapt stadium tours to ensure maximum inclusivity for supporters and community groups
- Club offer accessible tours of John Smith’s Stadium
- Town committed to Terriers Together initiative
- Waves Day centre join Club Ambassador Andy Booth
As part of our continued effort to ensure Huddersfield Town remains inclusive and accessible, we are proud to have adapted our stadium tours for supporters and community groups.
Committed to doing whatever possible to meet the needs of supporters, our John Smith’s Stadium tours have been adapted to enable supporters of all abilities to get a backstage pass in HD1, taking a peep behind the curtain of the place we’re all proud to call home.
One recent such visit was made by Waves, a Day Centre based in Slaithwaite which provides high quality care for adults with learning disabilities. Joining our Club Ambassador Andy Booth, it was great to see the group enjoying taking a look behind-the-scenes as can be seen in these pictures!
Yet another example of our Terriers Together identity positively impacting both the Club and our supporters, Andy Booth commented:
“Interacting with supporters of all backgrounds and abilities is at the heart of what my role is all about!
“It is incredibly rewarding to see the smiles on the faces of supporters as they interact with areas of the stadium that are usually off limits, going into the dressing rooms, seeing our marvellous artefacts from the past and so much more.
“We have worked to make sure our tours can be as accessible as possible, and alongside our Terriers Together Inclusion Room supported by Thornhill Dental, this means the Club is now able to welcome fans we might not have been able to in the past.
“Huddersfield Town is for everybody, and it’s marvellous we can show that through some of the work we’re doing.”
To find out more about our work in equality, diversity and inclusion through the Terriers Together initiative, please CLICK HERE!