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‘Tractor boys’ bring some early festive cheer to hospital and hospice




Ipswich Town Football Players visit St Nicholas Hospice Care ANL-141217-093256009
Ipswich Town Football Players visit St Nicholas Hospice Care ANL-141217-093256009

A group of ‘tractor boys’ visited West Suffolk Hospital’s Rainbow Ward and St Nicholas Hospice Care, in Bury St Edmunds, to bring some early festive cheer.

Tommy Smith, Tyrone Mings, Darren Ambrose, Balint Bajner and former player Simon Milton handed out gifts and signed autographs at the hospice. Meanwhile, Luke Chambers, Cole Skuse and Alex Henshall visited the hospital.

Ipswich Town players visit West Suffolk Hospital's Rainbow Ward ANL-141223-113212001
Ipswich Town players visit West Suffolk Hospital's Rainbow Ward ANL-141223-113212001


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