Former Norwich City stars to play in care farm’s first charity match

A charity football match is being held to raise funds for Clinks Care Farm. Picture: Archant.

A charity football match is being held to raise funds for Clinks Care Farm. Picture: Archant. - Credit: Eastern Daily Press © 2015

The Friends of Clinks Care Farm are holding their first ever charity football match to raise funds for new facilities.

The match will be held on Saturday, May 5, at Bungay Town Football Club’s ground at the Maltings in Ditchingham, with gates opening at noon for the match to start at 1pm.

Players from Clinks Care Farm in Toft Monks will be joined by former Norwich City players including Adrian Forbes, Darren Kenton, Matt Gill and more to be confirmed.

There will be a barbecue with Clinks sausages and burgers and an opportunity to take penalty kicks against the former Norwich players.

The afternoon will be finished off with a charity auction including a signed Norwich City shirt.


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Funds raised will help to improve the facilities at the farm.

Admission will cost £3 for adults and £1 for children under 12 years on the gate.

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The event is being sponsored by Musker McIntyre estate agents and the Waveney River Centre

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