Chairman Darragh MacAnthony and manager Grant McCann set to meet the supporters and raise money in the process.
Peterborough United chairman Darragh MacAnthony and first team manager Grant McCann will take part in a fan’s forum in the Caroline Hand Executive Suite on Wednesday 27th July at the Weston Homes Stadium.
The event, which will take place between 7pm and 8pm, costs £3 per person with all money raised going towards funding new Changing Place toilets in Peterborough city centre. These are toilets which can be used by people with severe disabilities, including learning disabilities, and go beyond normal disabled toilets.
It will be the first time that McCann has participated in a fans forum since re-joining the club and with the season set to kick-off at Cheltenham Town three days later, it is the perfect time to meet the supporters.
Joel Lamy, who is leading the fundraising effort to install the new Changing Places toilets, said: “New Changing Places toilets would make a world of difference to many disabled people, and their families and carers, so I am delighted that Peterborough United will support the cause.
"A big thank you must go to Darragh, Grant and all the team at Posh who have given their time to make this happen. It just shows what a great community club we have in our city."
The forum will also be exclusively live on Posh+. You can sign up to Posh+ now for just £4.50 a month and gain access to behind-the-scenes content, interviews, features, highlights and over the course of pre-season, live matches.
Posh+ have already streamed the draw with Stevenage featuring commentary from Phil Adlam and Charlie Lee and more former Posh stars are lined up for co-commentary duty over the next few days.
To sign up to Posh+, click here: Packages | Peterborough United - The Posh