Tottenham Hotspur footballer Harry Kane and former player Gary Mabbutt will meet fans at LDO in Wembley Park

PUBLISHED: 16:31 02 September 2016 | UPDATED: 16:41 02 September 2016

Harry Kane, left, and Gary Mabbutt will be at LDO on Wednesday

Harry Kane, left, and Gary Mabbutt will be at LDO on Wednesday


Tottenham Hotspur footballer Harry Kane and former club player Gary Mabbutt will be taking part in an autograph signing session in Wembley Park.

The sportsmen are coming to the London Designer Outlet next Wednesday where they will meet fans for two hours as part of a healthy living campaign taking place in Brent.

A ‘Spurs Nurse’ will be delivering free health checks at LDO during the signing session in support of Brent Council’s ‘My Heart Beats for Brent’ campaign.

Over the coming months, Tottenham Hotspur will be engaging with residents in Brent following a decision to play its Champions League home matches at Wembley Stadium this season.

The club also has the option of playing all its home games at Wembley during the construction of its new stadium in Tottenham during 2017/2018.

The free health checks and autograph sessions will take place from 3.30 – 5.30pm.

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