Danny Lloyd to hand out trophies at special tournament in Stamford on Wednesday afternoon.
The Peterborough United Foundation will be interacting with over 180 pupils at Bluecoat County Primary School on Wednesday as part of the Premier League Reading Stars programme and youngsters will also get the opportunity to see the Premier League Trophy as part of an action-packed day of activities.
The trophy, won by Chelsea last term, will be at the school in the morning alongside representatives from the football club including mascot Peter Burrow, who will no doubt be entertaining pupils with his imitable style.
In the afternoon, the Foundation have arranged a tournament for a number of schools in the area with Peterborough United star Danny Lloyd set to hand out the trophies, pose for pictures and sign autographs for the participants.
“The day will superb for all. It’s great to have this opportunity to showcase what the programme can do to inspire children! We are hopeful that schools from across the area will see how successful the day is and want to get involved. We are looking forward to it from the football club,” Ryan Johnson, Premier League Primary Stars coordinator said.
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