Following their usual tradition, the players of Cambridge United Football Club paid a festive visit to the Children's Wards at Addenbrooke's Hospital. Players visited children on wards D2, C2 and C3.
The U's spent time chatting to the children, parents and siblings, as well as staff, signing autographs and putting a smile on many faces. Goodie bags and presents were given out and left for the children who will unfortunately find themselves in hospital over the next few weeks.
The Club would like to thank the Amber Army who kindly donated presents in the weeks leading up to the visit, for the U's first team players to deliver.
Andy Farrer, Cambridge United Community Trust Health and Inclusion Officer, said: "It was great to see the smiles on the children's faces at Addenbrooke's during the players visit.
"We'd like to thank the brilliant work of the Addenbrooke's staff both for facilitating our visit and for what they do every day, which we got a brief view of during our visit.
"We'd also like to thank our fans for their generosity in donating presents for the children at Addenbrooke's."