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Tottenham Hotspur and the Spurs Foundation celebrate the Weeks of Action

Tottenham Hotspur celebrated the LPF Weeks of Action on the 2nd May when Hugo Lloris appeared at a Spurs Foundation disability programme event at Oakleigh School in Barnet. LPF Ambassador June Wratten attended the event on LPF’s behalf to take part in a Q and A session. The foundation regularly goes out to local schools like Oakleigh. They do not just coach football, they also play games like boccia. They adapt the session to the age and ability of the group. June Wratten explained that the group fully embraced the session they had. ‘It was great to see Hugo Lloris taking part. The young girls & staff swooned!!’


Prior to the match against Southampton on the 4th May, Spurs Foundation Department ran a Free Disability football event for both Tottenham Hotspur and Southampton disabled under 16’s supporters. The club also produced a double-page spread in the match day programme and a LPF logo on the front cover. Information on the LPF weeks of Action was put on the back of the press team-sheet. The club also organised for a disabled match day flag bearer James Horsley.