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Cheltenham Town defender Shane Duff will be hosting a special fundraising dinner in aid of the National Star College, taking place at Cheltenham Racecourse on Thursday 15 April 2010.
In addition to the Cheltenham F.C defender, the event will be supported by former Leeds United player Norman Hunter, who was a member of England’s winning team at the 1966 World Cup. While popular stand-up comic Jed Stone, who recently appeared on Sky TV’s The New Comedians, will also be in attendance.
‘I hope that people will support this fantastic event which will be a great night out for people while also raising money for the college,’ said Kate Green from the National Star College.
The National Star College provides specialist education and training for young disabled people, with this sporting dinner event said to be a key aspect of the college’s plan to raise money for a variety of new facilities to improve its students’ learning experience.
Amongst the facilities the College hopes to introduce in the coming year is a new therapies centre, an improved creative and performing arts department, residential accommodation and a community learning centre.
Whether you’re a fan of football, comedy or even just food, this special event is set to provide a varied evening of entertainment.
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