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Havant & Waterlooville WFC: Many shades of grey…

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  1. Giorgio Colombi

    This is a great club and advert for walking football in Hampshire…their bi-monthly festivals are friendly and well run – all teams get 5 games so they don’t take all day and a spread is provided afterwards in the main club house…they include other clubs in social events and raise considerable amounts for charity….secretary Stewart Russell does a tremendous amount of work for the club but he is not on his own and their is a real community spirit there with many others helping out…we consider them to be our “football friends”
    Pompey ITC WF

  2. Russell Shaw

    Flitwick Eagles Walking Football Club have been running (sic) for around 3 years now and have sessions, with the support of Central Bedfordshire Council, in Flitwick and Dunstable. We also do walking football for dementia sufferers and their carers/helpers.
    Last Saturday we helped hold a charity fundraising day at Bedford Town F.C. in aid of the Tibbs Dementia Foundation that included a 6 a sideLadies match (Barclays Bank v the Tibbs Divas) followed by an Flitwick Eagles FC v Tibbs Dementia FC awhich ended up as a 15 a side game!!
    Fabulous day and lots of money raised for the charity.

  3. Cornelius O'Kane

    Met up with the guys at the recent Macmillan Nurses charity event at Maidenhead – the crack was so good we almost forgot to play our match!
    Cornelius
    Woodley Saints Deadbeats

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