SWAN Charity Day – come and join in!
Saturday 9th July sees the return of the SWAN charity day organised by City of Peterborough Hockey Club second team member Nathan Foad at the home of City of Peterborough Hockey Club – The Dalrod Sports Ground, Bretton Gate. SWAN stands for Syndrome Without A Name and is a charity very close to Nathan’s heart as a family friend Tommy James suffers with this.
A trophy named the Tommy James trophy will be given out to the winners of the tournament. Last year saw only 4 teams entered and raised over £600 so with already more teams signed up this year Nathan is hopeful that this year can see an improvement on that total; “It was a really successful day but hopefully with more teams this year and people knowing what to expect we can have even more fun and raise money to help SWAN at the same time”.
Its £10 per person to play and players are expected to be there at 11:30 for a 12 o’clock start with games of 20 minutes each way and a SWAN UK shirt of your teams playing colour. For those that aren’t so keen on running around for that long there are a multitude of other activities such as a raffle, cake stalls and inflatables for adults and children alike to play on. A BBQ is also on hand to make sure nobody goes hungry!
More information on SWAN can be found at the following website: https://www.undiagnosed.org.uk/
Come down to enjoy a fantastic day out for hockey players and families whilst raising money for a worthwhile cause.