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24-hours of football to be played in Whalley for Neave Evans
3:17pm Tuesday 8th October 2013 in News
A 24-HOUR football tournament is set to be held in aid of a one-year-old with cerebral palsy.
Five-a-side football players are being called on to sign up to the event which will feature teams ranging from the under sevens through to the men’s and women’s teams.
It will be held at Oakhill Academy in Whalley on Saturday, November 9, from 10am and will finish at 10am the next day.
Money from the event will be donated to Neave Evans, 1, with four limb cerebral palsy alongside Zoe's Place in Liverpool and The Legacy Rainbow House in Eccleston.
For more information visit www.charity giving.co.uk/neaves fundfootball or call 07872 509569
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