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Watch & Talk | Harry Cornick joins the Hatter Chatter group as part of Mind's #TeamTalk campaign

Town striker Harry spent an hour chatting with fans on Zoom last week...

5 February 2021

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Tomorrow's match against Huddersfield Town is dedicated to the EFL's partner charity Mind, and last week striker Harry Cornick took part in one of Luton Town Community Trust's Hatter Chatter meetings as part of the charity's #TeamTalk campaign.

It was the day after the Hatters had played against Chelsea in the FA Cup fourth round tie at Stamford Bridge, and all of the participants - many of whom are senior Town supporters who have been, and are, currently shielding - were happy to share the session more widely.

If you have time, we would encourage all supporters to watch and listen to Harry's entertaining and informative answers to the questions that were fired his way, then have a chat with fellow fans on the phone, Zoom or in person with your family to help everyone's mental health and wellbeing.

All you need to do is click on the image above to watch the hour-long session on our YouTube channel.

If you missed it in the build-up to the Chelsea match, you can listen to our captain Sonny Bradley's powerful interview with BBC Radio 5 Live presenter Steve Crossman about the loss of his grandfather and dad in recent weeks, and how talking is helping him through such a difficult period.

We have also made the first interviews with our new signings Tom Ince and Elijah Adebayo FREE to view on iFollow Hatters, along with manager Nathan Jones' pre-match Press conference from yesterday, in order to give our supporters as many topics to talk about as possible in the build-up to tomorrow's Mind match.

If you would like more information about Mind BLMK's work in the local area, or if you need their help, please visit their website - where you can also buy a £5 raffle ticket to stand a chance of winning a shirt signed by this season's Hatters squad.

Click HERE or go via the tweet below. Thank you, Hatters - please stay safe and look after yourselves.


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