Ipswich Town players bring some Christmas cheer to Hospice
Players from Ipswich Town FC visited the Hospice on Tuesday 13th December to bring some Christmas cheer to patients.
They met patients on day care and in the inpatient unit and gave them presents and signed autographs.
They also met staff and volunteers.
Goalkeepers Richard Wright, David Stockdale and Arran Lee-Barrett spent two hours talking to patients.
The club also brought a present for the day unit staff to use for patients.
Jane Petit, Hospice chief executive, said:
"We always look forward to the players’ annual Christmas visit.
It is always filled with laughter and fun and we appreciate them taking time out to spend time with our staff, patients and volunteers."