The most recent Blues in the Community update highlights the involvement of Pompey players and staff in the local area over the past few days.
Josh Oluwayemi recently visited Admiral Lord Nelson School in the city to take part in their ‘Who Inspires You’ project.
The goalkeeper discussed his career to date and answered questions from pupils in Years 7 to 11, providing plenty of inspiration.
Fresh from making his full league debut against Accrington at Fratton Park last week, midfielder Harry Jewitt-White was on the hunt for fresh pizza over the road in Milton, joining club ambassador Alan Knight at Domino’s in Milton, who are a club partner.
Tom Lowery and Connor Ogilvie took part in a signing session in Gosport, hosted by another club partner, heading over to the Utilita Energy Hub.
Meanwhile, forward Paddy Lane was the latest player to take part in a Pompey in the Community coaching session, following in the footsteps of a number of other players who have coached young football fans during the season.
In the final distribution of signed balls and shirts before the end of the season, the club will be sending merchandise to Denmead's under-nines team.
They run both boys and girls sides and are currently raising funds and the Buckland Community Centre, who are raising money to keep their doors open for the local community.