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Wingate & Finchley will hold their annual community day this Saturday
3:00pm Thursday 27th March 2014 in Sport
Wingate and Finchley will hold their annual community day on Saturday as the Blues welcome AFC Hornchurch to the Harry Abrahams Stadium in the Ryman Premier.
The event is a fundraiser for Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospice which is based in Barnet.
The club will allow supporters to ‘pay what you want’ when purchasing tickets and several activities, including penalty shoot-out competitions and a special fundraising raffle, will be held.
Community manager Mike Bayly said: “The Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospice is a very important local organisation and one we are proud to raise money for.”
A group of Wingate fans will be walking 13 miles to the away fixture with Dulwich Hamlet on Saturday, April 5 to raise money for the Hospice.
“We held a walk a few years ago to Waltham Abbey FC which was a lot of fun, so it made sense to do something similar. We wanted to make the walk a reasonable challenge but not so excessive that younger or older supporters would be excluded,” said Bailey.
“Dulwich Hamlet FC have also allowed us hold a half-time bucket collection at their ground, for which we are immensely grateful.”
For further details on the sponsored walk, visit www.virginmoneygiving.com/team/Wingate-Finchley.
On the pitch, Wingate suffered a heavy 7-0 defeat against Lowestoft Town in the Ryman Premier on Tuesday.
On Saturday the Blues played out a 2-2 draw against Cray Wanderers.
Marc Weatherstone and a goal from Craig Davies earned a share of the points for Wingate.