Thirty Shots legends help to raise money for the Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice this Saturday, with a special fundraising dinner at Potters International Hotel in Aldershot.
Boasting a combined total of almost 5000 appearances and over 750 goals for Aldershot FC and Aldershot Town, alongside three Championship-winning managers and two former Chairmen, To Make A Dream Survive starts at 7.30pm and is hosted by Graham Brookland.
Tickets costing £27.50 each include a two-course meal and a chance to reminisce with a guest list of stars including Gary Abbott, Keith Baker, Neil Baker, Darren Barnard, Barry Blankley, George Borg, Murray Brodie, Kevan Brown, Terry Brown, Nikki Bull, Glen Burvill, Mark Butler, Stuart Cash, Jason Chewins, Colin Fielder, John Grant, Ben Herd, Joe Jopling, Tony Lange, Martin Kuhl, Alex McGregor, Andy Nunn, Terry Owens, Karl Prentice, Paul Priddy, Tim Sills, Steve Stairs, Jimmy Sugrue, Stuart Udal and Gary Waddock.
Also attending the event are Manager Barry Smith, Director Brian Bloomfield and striker Richard Brodie.
All profits go to the Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice, the only adult Hospice caring for terminally ill people and their families across the whole of West Surrey and part of North East Hampshire. It serves over half a million residents, providing Specialist Palliative Care to adult patients and their families affected by a terminal illness, such as cancer, heart, lung or neurological disease.
Every day, it supports over 140 patients and their families, either at home, in the community or at the Hospice. Central funding covers less than 15% of the Hospice’s costs, meaning that it needs to raise over £15,000 each day to maintain its exceptional levels of clinical care and support. For further information, visit www.pth.org.uk or call 01252 729462.
Tickets can be purchased by calling Graham on 07768 855333 or emailing email@example.com.