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Dons to visit Aylesbury Grammar School

5 November 2013

As part of our build up to the Aylesbury Big Day at stadiummk, which coincides with the visit of Coventry City on 30th November, there will be an opportunity to meet the players this Thursday.

A number of first team players will be visiting Aylesbury Grammar School on Walton Road this Thursday between 4pm and 5.30pm. The event offers the chance for anyone aged between six and 13 to meet some of the Dons players after-school for a fun afternoon.

There will be activities, the opportunity for photographs and autographs plus and question and answers session. Admission is free with a ticket, which are available from the MK Dons Box Office by calling 01908 622900 or from Tilly’s Coffee Shop. 

Later in the month the Club will also host a Football Forum at Aylesbury FC on Thursday 28th November from 7.30pm-9pm. Supporters will have their chance to put their questions to a panel including Executive Director Andrew Cullen, manager Karl Robinson and Aylesbury FC’s chairman Danny Martine, plus special guests and players from both clubs.

Admission to the Football Forum is free with tickets available from the MK Dons Box Office, Aylesbury FC and Tilly’s Coffee Shop. 

It is not the first time the Dons have been into the market town this year, earlier in the season the entire squad turned up to perform a flash mob and launch the Aylesbury Big Day.

On Saturday 30th November residents with postcodes HP18, HP19, HP20, HP21, HP22 and HP23 can buy adult tickets for the potentially thrilling clash against Coventry City for a special price of just £10 while under-18s can watch the action for just £3. 

Organised clubs and groups in Aylesbury purchasing 20 or more tickets can do so at a group rate of £7 for adults and £1 for under-18s.

The Club will also be providing coach travel in conjunction with Motts Travel, to and from the stadium, available for just £5 return. There will be four pick up points, two in Aylesbury, one in Bierton and one in Wing. 

The match will also see Aylesbury-based arts organisations providing the pre-match and half-time entertainment. There will also be a bucket collection pre-match for the Cancer Care and Haematology Fund who are both based at Stoke Mandeville Hospital in Aylesbury. 

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