In Pictures: Johnson has a kickabout while Corbyn makes cappuccino
Meanwhile, Jo Swinson played tennis in Reading and Nicola Sturgeon took to the ice in Aberdeen.
Jeremy Corbyn visited a zero-waste shop in Barry in the Vale of Glamorgan as the last weekend of election campaigning got under way.
The Labour leader made a cappuccino, had some Welsh cakes and swapped a jar of his homemade jam for Welsh Dragon’s Breath jam.
The other party leaders, meanwhile, got sporty, with Prime Minister Boris Johnson playing football with youngsters in Cheshire, Lib Dem chief Jo Swinson had a go at tennis in Reading, and the SNP’s Nicola Sturgeon tried ice skating during a visit to Aberdeen.
Labour leader’s first stop on Saturday was Awesome Wales, a zero-waste shop in Barry in the Vale of Glamorgan (Victoria Jones/PA) He served Welsh cakes to customers and swapped a jar of blackberry and apple jam from his allotment for Dragon’s Breath jam from Penylan Preserves in Cardiff (Victoria Jones/PA) Mr Corbyn also made a cappuccino, which he had with Welsh cakes during a meeting with Labour supporters in the shop’s cafe (Victoria Jones/PA) He later met supporters young and old as he went on a walkabout in Swansea (Victoria Jones/PA) And he took a moment to compare beards with a delighted facial hair-clad voter (Victoria Jones/PA) Meanwhile, Boris Johnson had a kickabout with young football fans in Cheshire (Stefan Rousseau/PA) The Prime Minister also met Santa as he donned his football kit for a 15-minute run-out at the Seashell Trust, a charity which helps children with severe learning difficulties based in Cheadle, near Stockport (Stefan Rousseau/PA) He took to the field to show he was a safe pair of hands, facing a series of penalty kicks from an under 10s girls team (Stefan Rousseau/PA) Wearing black tracksuit jogging bottoms, black trainers and a grey hoodie, Mr Johnson managed to save some spot-kicks while others flew past him into the net (Stefan Rousseau/PA) But his visit also caught the attention of protesters, who made their feelings known ahead of the kickabout (Stefan Rousseau/PA) Elsewhere, Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson took part in a tennis training session during a campaign visit to Reading (Aaron Chown/PA) The visit to a tennis club was intended to promote Lib Dem policies on tackling child obesity and encouraging a healthy lifestyle (Aaron Chown/PA) Meanwhile there was celebrity endorsement for the Lib Dems’ Esher & Walton candidate Monica Harding, with Hollywood star Hugh Grant joining her for a local campaign event (Gareth Fuller/PA) SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon put her best foot forward as she took to the ice during a visit to the Aberdeen Christmas market (Jane Barlow/PA) She was joined on the ice by Scottish Finance Secretary Derek Mackay, right, and Aberdeen North candidate Kirsty Blackman (Jane Barlow/PA) The visit was the first on a tour of the north east as she urged voters to unite around the SNP to stop Boris Johnson re-entering Number 10 (Jane Barlow/PA) Top Stories More from the Express & Star UK & International News