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Charlton players visit Queen Elizabeth Hospital youngsters
CHARLTON Athletic's finest dropped in to Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Woolwich, to offer Christmas cheer to sick children.
Players including Dorian Dervite, Bradley Pritchard, Yann Kermorgant and Cameron Stewart came to visit children’s wards, handed out Christmas gifts and showed their support for patients, their families and hospital staff.
Kermorgant said: "We’re pleased to have the chance to bring a little bit of cheer to the youngsters unfortunate enough to be in hospital at this time of year.
"It’s great to come and support the hospital and show some appreciation of the hard work they do throughout the year."
Carol Sullivan Wallace, a play specialist in the children’s wards, added: "It’s brilliant for the children to see the players at Christmas and it is fantastic to see their faces when they meet their heroes."
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