QPR Club Ambassador Andy Sinton and Director of Football Les Ferdinand were on hand to share some Christmas cheer on Monday afternoon.
Less than a week before the big day, the duo - flanked by club mascots Spark and Jude - spent two hours at the Jack Tizard School for children with severe learning difficulties, including profound and multiple learning difficulties (PMLD).
The former R's pair were given a guided tour of the facilities, before gathering around the Christmas tree to hand out presents and pose for selfies at the home of our close-neighbours.
Speaking to www.qpr.co.uk in the wake of the visits, Sinton said: "As always, it was a humbling visit to Jack Tizard’s.
"It was great to be able to put a few smiles on their faces ahead of Christmas by handing out presents and interacting with them all.
"The staff do a fantastic job and on behalf of everyone at QPR, I'd like to extend a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to each and every person involved at the school."
Monday's visits follow hot on the heels of the QPR first team visiting Hillingdon Hospital earlier this month. To re-cap, click HERE!