Hun­ters spon­sors kit at star soc­cer fundraiser

Harefield Gazette - - UXBRIDGE PROPERTY -

THIS year’s Sellebrity Soc­cer match in as­so­ci­a­tion with Cap­i­tal FM will take place at Meadow Lane Sta­dium, home to League 2 team Notts County Football Club, on Sun­day 4 Oc­to­ber 2015.

The pro­ject was launched in 2012 with the spe­cific aim to raise money for char­ity us­ing high-pro­file celebrity football matches.

From small grounds to premier league sta­di­ums, Sellebrity Soc­cer or­gan­ises reg­u­lar, large-scale celebrity football matches across the UK and cov­ers all costs with spon­sor­ship mean­ing more money goes to make a dif­fer­ence to oth­ers’ lives.

This year Hun­ters es­tate agents is proudly spon­sor­ing a football kit that will be worn by one of the teams play­ing in the match. By spon­sor­ing the shirts, Hun­ters will be pro­vid­ing valu­able funds to Global’s Make Some Noise char­ity, which raises money to im­prove the lives of dis­ad­van­taged chil­dren and young peo­ple in the East Mid­lands and through­out the UK.

Char­ity is some­thing close to Hun­ters’ heart and we are happy to help and give some­thing back to the com­mu­nity when we can.

Many stars have al­ready been con­firmed to play in the event along­side our very own di­rec­tor of both the Hayes and Hilling­don of­fices, Craig An­der­son.

Celebri­ties set to ap­pear in this star-stud­ded event in­clude Stephen Graham (

Dan Os­borne ( Sam Bai­ley ( Si­mon Webbe (Blue), Jake Wood ( Tubes ( Cal­lum Best, Ray Quinn ( Scott Robin­son (Five) and MC Har­vey (So Solid Crew) to name but a few. Cap­i­tal FM will be an­nounc­ing fur­ther stars to be added to the line-up so stay tuned.

Tick­ets are avail­able ei­ther through the Cap­i­tal FM web­site www.cap­i­talfm. com or di­rect through the Notts County web­site which can be found at www.nottscoun­tyfc.co.uk.

Prices are £10 adults, £2 for OAPs and chil­dren.

There are also a lim­ited num­ber of ‘Meet The Celebrity’ tick­ets for £35 where you’ll get to meet the teams as they un­wind af­ter the match.

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