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Heanor and Langley Mill young footy players to take on police in charity match for Cancer Relief

Posted on 16th October 2017

Young footy players from the Heanor and Langley Mill area are set to take on police in a charity match to help raise money for Cancer Relief.

The Youth of Heanor and Langley Mill football team, who are aged between 14 and 19, are challenging a team of police officers and police staff to a game at Heanor Town Football Ground on Sunday, October 22, with kick off at 5pm.

PCSO Jenny Lorimer, of the local Safer Neighbourhood policing team, has been helping to organise the match and will also be playing on the police team.

She said: “Please come along and support us at the event which has been set up to help raise money for Cancer Relief.

“It’s great that local young people want to get involved and help out a charity which helps people who have been diagnosed with Cancer. I’m sure the game will get a little competitive, with both sides keen for a win, but most of all it will be a bit of fun, and will raise as much money as possible for a worthwhile cause.”

For more information, or to offer support to the match, contact PCSO Jenny Lorimer of the Heanor and Loscoe Safer Neighbourhood Policing Team by calling 101, or send them a message through the My Local Police page of the website, by clicking here.

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