Nelson FC Host Community Day
2:23pm 26th September 2014
With a new man at the top - Nelson Football club want to become a pillar in the community.
Adam Keizer took over the role as chief exec last month and he's determined to let as many people know about the club as possible.
They'll start this weekend with a community day on Saturday (27th September).
Adam says it's a chance for locals to get involved with the club. Gates open at 1.30pm and entry will be free. The team will be playing a match against Winsford United at 3pm and there'll be plenty of activities for the kids. A bouncy castle, live entertainment and refreshments will be put on - it's also an opportunity for the club to raise awarness of Prostate Cancer UK. Fundraising throughout the day will go towards the charity.
The club is at Victoria Park next to Lomeshyre Industrial Estate BB9 7BN
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