Landowner helps out charity event
A LANDOWNER has stepped in to solve the problem of parking at the kmfm charity football match at Homelands on April 26.
The game, which includes players from Sky’s Soccer AM programme, is expected to pull in a crowd of 3,000.
Kevin Hughes owns the land, along with his father who owns Ashford Minibuses. The field is next to the stadium, which is home of Ashford Town.
kmfm presenter John ‘Webbo’ Webster, who is helping organise the event in aid of Clic Sergant and the Pilgrims Hospice, said many tickets have already been sold.
He said: “The response has been overwhelming. Parking became a massive problem, but Kevin has stepped in to save the day.”
Tickets, £7.50 for adults and £3 for children, must be bought in advance and are available from Homelands on match days and from the Kentish Express and kmfm reception, Express House, North Street, Ashford.