Burnley legend Jimmy Robson visited Blessed Trinity to show off his First Division championship and FA Cup medals.

Jimmy was part of the Burnley side which won the league in 1959/60 and lost in the FA Cup final to Tottenham 3-1 -  but his goal was the 100th goal ever scored at Wembley in an FA Cup final.

His medals are usually on show at Turf Moor but he brought them to football-mad students at Blessed Trinity so they could see the gold medals up close.

There was also a question and answer session - the students asked about Jimmy's wages, his favourite past and current Burnley player, injuries and more.

"The medals are part of Burnley Football Club's history so it's nice to show them to the younger generation," said Jimmy.

"The students asked questions about football in the 1950s and 60s and how it's different from today, especially the wages! I think the fact some of the Burnley players then also had other jobs surprised them."