Nottingham Forest paid their annual Christmas visit to the Queen’s Medical Centre yesterday.
Armed with sacks full of toys paid for by supporters who bid in the recent toy appeal auction, first-team players Michael Mancienne, Britt Assombalonga, Henri Lansbury, Michail Antonio, Ben Osborn, Karl Darlow, Danny Fox and Andy Reid were on hand to spread some Christmas cheer around the children’s ward.
While on the visit, Forest winger Antonio said: "I've been in hospital over the Christmas period before when I had my first son. They brought in a Santa to cheer him up back then so I'm delighted to come to the QMC and hopefully some smiles on faces."
Click here to see a video of the day at the QMC as Forest's players spent time chatting to the children and their parents.
The club would like to thank John Pye Auctioneers, the staff at the QMC and Forest fans for their fantastic continued support of this important cause.