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Famous Faces Play Merchant’s Charity Football Tournament

Michael Kurn of TalkSport, Big Brother winner Jason Burrill, ITV presenter, Rob Lamarr, Ashley Buckenham of Celebrity Ghost Hunt, former professional footballer Kerry Mayo and Britain’s Got Talent singing sensation, Wayne Woodward, are among the well-known personalities taking to the pitch for Chandlers Building Supplies’ big footie tournament in Sussex.

The brainchild of the family owned builders’ merchants, the event is hosted by Seaford Town FC on Sunday 1, September and will run from 12 noon until 6 pm and welcomes 11 teams to the tournament including two from Chandlers Building Supplies.

All proceeds from the day are going to four charities; Rainy Day Trust, Teenage Cancer Trust, Variety – the Children’s Charity and local Seaford WOLO charity – helping families affected by cancer.

In association with Celeb FC, a separate Look A Likes team to include Mrs. Brown, Pamela Anderson, David Beckham, James Corden, Robbie Williams, Prince Harry and Marilyn Monroe among others, will also take part in the 11 team 7-a-side charity tournament.

Sue McKinney of Chandlers Building Supplies, said “This charity footie tournament promises to be a wonderful family day out. Come and meet the famous faces and enjoy the entertainment, food and live music. The charities are all very worthy of your support. Everyone welcome.”

 

Tickets are available from www.ticketsource.co.uk/chandlers and on sale at the gate on the day, subject to availability. Adults £3, children £2 (under 2s free) with all the proceeds going to charity.

For more information visit: www.chandlersbs.co.uk

Other footie teams include; Chandlers Building Supplies teams from Lewes and Ringmer, Seaford Veterans, Seaford InterSport and Denton/Heighton Vets, among others.

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