The David Kingston cup and family fun day is the first annual charity football match in aid of The Cystic fibrosis trust and Macmillan cancer care.
David Kingston was cruelly taken away from us last year after a short, brave battle with cancer and a heroic lifelong battle with Cystic fibrosis. This day is for him, his family, his friends and anyone else affected by Cancer or Cystic fibrosis, to remember him and others and to raise as much money as we can to make sure that we stop losing people we love to these illnesses.
Cystic fibrosis (CF) is a life-limiting genetic condition affecting more than 10,000 people across the UK. It affects the lungs and digestive system and can cause chronic infections and reduced lung function. Currently, half of those with CF will not live past age 41.
The Cystic Fibrosis Trust is fighting for a brighter future for people with CF and their families by funding cutting-edge research, driving up standards of care and supporting people with the condition and their loved ones every step of the way.
Saturday the 6th of July will see the first annual David Kingston cup and family fun day. With all proceeds from the day going to the Cystic Fybrosis Trust and Macmillan cancer support. The day will be held at Pyners Close Playing Field:
Pyners Close Playing Field
For more detailed directions to the ground and to the Gipsy, please click here.
A 11 a-side football match take place on the day, two squads of 16 players, a Manager and a Assistant Manager will bid £40 minimum for a spot on either team and teams will be announced 6 weeks before the match.
If you are interested in playing please send a message to me with your bid amount and position and kit size. You will then have confirmation that your bid has been received. Places will go quick so don’t delay getting involved.
On the day, admission is £2 for adults and kids under 12 can entree free of charge. There will be BBQ food available, cake stalls , face painting, raffles and music and above all else great people coming together for a great cause.