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Gloucestershire-based children’s charity WellChild has organised an evening of entertainment at the Daffodil in Cheltenham, allowing guests to watch the England vs USA World Cup football match on the big screen, while contributing to a very worthy cause.
The soccer, sorry football, match will be broadcast live and guests will be treated to a champagne reception, three-course meal and unlimited beverages, both soft and alcoholic.
WellChild Chief Executive Colin Dyer said: ‘This will be a fantastic evening of football and it’s a great way of supporting the England team at the World Cup while helping seriously ill children and their families.
‘The England team have been tremendous supporters of WellChild for some time now and we want to show that we support them too!’
WellChild helps sick children and their families throughout the UK to deal with the aftermath of serious illnesses and conditions – giving care, support and also focusing on research.
If football, fine food and philanthropy seem an ideal combination to you, this is an event not to miss.
Please note, this event has now been cancelled.
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