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Winksy joins children's Easter Holiday Camp for virtual Q&A

Fri 09 April 2021, 09:30|Tottenham Hotspur

Harry Winks appeared as a special surprise guest at a virtual Q&A with children attending a local Easter Holiday Camp.

Throughout the first week of Easter half-term, Tottenham Community Sports Centre has been running an Easter Holiday activities and food programme (HAF) aimed at primary school children who are receiving free school meals.

Due to current circumstances, players are unable to attend in person. Instead, Harry took part in a video call with local children from the programme. During the session, the group had the opportunity to ask Harry questions of their own including what type of music he likes to listen to, and his favourite Easter Egg.

Winksy joins children's Easter Holiday Camp for virtual Q&A

• Harry Winks took part in a virtual Q&A with children from a local Easter Holiday activities and food programme
• Over 30 primary school children attended Tottenham Community Sports Centre during the Easter half-term break
• The holiday activities and food programme has been providing healthy food and enriching activities to disadvantaged children since 2018

The children, aged between 6-12, participated in a number of sporting activities throughout the week including skipping, kickboxing, archery and football. The programme provides lunches each day for all the children, supplied by Mayor's Fund for London and Kitchen Social, as well as ‘Take and Make’ Recipe boxes to do at home.

The programme has provided healthy food and enriching activities to disadvantaged children since 2018.

Kevin Lincoln, Programme Manager, said: “This year has been incredibly challenging for us at Tottenham Community Sports Centre. It’s been great to be able to open our doors once again and our Easter Holiday camp has been a huge success. You can see through the smiles on the children’s faces how much sports and socialising means to them. We are incredibly grateful to Tottenham Hotspur and Harry for their support with this project. The children will remember this day for a long time.”

Harry, speaking after the Q&A, said: “The Easter Holiday activities and food programme is an incredible initiative, and it was brilliant to be a small part of it today. It was great to talk with the children and hear all about the different types of activities they have been taking part in during the week. I hope the children enjoy the rest of their Easter holidays.”