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Swindon Town FC Legends Match

Swindon Town FC can confirm that on Monday 6th August two teams of Legends from 'The Glory Years` of the Lou Macari and Glenn Hoddle eras will be returning to The County Ground, to raise money for the Prospect@Home appeal.

Former Swindon Town, Aston Villa and Sheffield Wednesday defender Phil King has contacted players who donned the famous Red and White shirt during the 80s and early 90s, and at the time of writing the following players have kindly agreed to give up their time in aid of this worthy cause:

-Colin Calderwood

-Shaun Taylor

-Jan Aage Fjortoft

-Fraser Digby

-Chris Kamara

-Alan McLoughlin

-Paul Bodin

-John Trollope

-Duncan Shearer

-Jimmy Quinn

-Charlie Henry

-Martin Ling

-Fitzroy Simpson

-Bobby Barnes

-Chris Ramsey

-Nicky Summerbee

-David Kerslake

-Tom Jones

-Adi Vivash

-Paul Hunt

'Super` Sammy Parkin has also agreed to take part, fitness and club commitments allowing.

Please note that the squad list is subject to change, with more names to be confirmed over the coming weeks.

Advance tickets will go on sale on Monday 2nd July, and will be priced 10 for adults, 5 for juniors.

Matchday prices are 12 adults, 6 juniors.

Hospitality packages are now on sale, priced at just 25 plus Vat per head, or 250 plus Vat for a table of ten. Hospitality includes access to the Executive Lounge, a pre-match meal, executive tickets to the game, and a pay-bar facility.

Sponsorship packages are also available, please call 01793 333718 for more details.

The prospect@home appeal aims to raise 250,000 to launch a new service for Swindon and North Wiltshire, which will mean patients will experience the care for which Prospect Hospice has built its excellent reputation in their own homes.



ll profits from ticket sales will go directly to the prospect@home appeal. Please support this fundraising event if you possibly can.

For more information please call Phil King on 07798 766408 or Ben Lambert on 01793 333714

For more information regarding The Prospect Hospice please log on to http://www.prospect-hospice.net




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Date:Tuesday May 15 2007

Time: 5:36PM

 

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