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Pottermus Visits St Gregory's

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POTTERMUS has been out and about in the local community this morning as he undertakes a week-long tour of primary schools who will form the new All Saint's Academy.

The Club's official mascot spent time meeting with pupils from St Gregory's to talk about the merger with fellow schools Our Lady's, St Maria Goretti, St Augustine's and St Thomas More.

The schools will come together at the home game against Sunderland on November 23 and take part in an 'Adopt A fixture' including the Club's matchday experience as part of the celebration, which will include flag bearing, coaching sessions and a pitch side parade.

Children from St Gregory's were excited to see Pottermus in their assembly this morning and the Club looks forward to welcoming students to the Britannia Stadium from all five schools next month.

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