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Pottermus' Class Act

STOKE CITY'S official mascot Pottermus has shown he is a 'class' act by visiting four local schools that will form the new All Saint's Academy.

Pottermus met youngsters at St Augustine's, Our Lady's Catholic Primary, St Gregory's Catholic Primary and St Maria Goretti Catholic Primary schools.

All four schools - along with St Thomas Catholic High school - will be taking part in the Club's Group Tickets 'Adopt a Fixture' when Mark Hughes' men face Sunderland at the Britannia stadium on Saturday, November 23.

They are doing so to celebrate the start of the All Saints Academy and on the day will be taking part in all our match day experiences including coaching sessions, acting as flag bearers, taking part in a pitch-side parade, enjoying a stadium tour and meeting the Man of the Match.

The Club looks forward to welcoming students from the five schools to the Britannia Stadium next month.

To get your school involved on match day please call Jemma Hall on (01782) 592214 or e-mail

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