Following a recent BBC documentary we were made aware of the struggles of Rory Brown, a young fan who suffers from Tourette Syndrome.
This week Head of Community Alan White and club legend John Robertson visited Rory at Jedburgh Grammer School, conducting a coaching session for Rory and his class mates.
Tourette Syndrome is a common neuropsychiatric disorder characterised by multiple tics. This has meant that Rory has struggled to attend games at Tynecastle. We are delighted that Rory will join us for the game this Sunday to sit in the Wheatfield Stand and we hope he and his father have a great day out.
Please feel free to say hello to Rory and his dad if you see him with his special jersey on.