1 Jul - 31 Aug 2019

Hampshire FA Walking Football - The Bobby More Fund 2019

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Jake Ashton

Total raised


+ £33.00 Gift Aid

133 Complete
133% of £500.00 target

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Walking Football: The Bobby Moore Fund & The FA tackle bowel cancer

The FA and the Bobby Moore Fund are joining forces to tackle bowel cancer. Between 27th July and 10th August County FA's will be hosting Walking Football across the county to improve knowledge of bowel cancer prevention and raise money for the Bobby Moore Fund.
Real progress has been made, with mortality rates falling by more than 30% since 1993. However, there is still plenty more to do. Every day, 44 people die from bowel cancer in the UK – that’s equivalent to four football teams and it remains the second most common cause of cancer death in the UK. With your support, we will continue to fund pioneering bowel cancer research.

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Clive Green Fleet of Foot



This is the donation from Fleet of Foot for the Bobby Moore Memorial


Antony Borowiec



On behalf of AFC Walking Football team.


Paul Read



Donated on behalf of Knightwood Park Walking Football Club.


alan powell



Gosport Civil Service walking football club support The Bobby Moore Cancer Research UK and we look forward to playing Saturday for such a worthy cause


Eastleigh WFC



+£33.00 Gift Aid

Pompey ITC Walking Football



Total raised£668.00



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Bobby Moore Fund

Bobby Moore was just 51 when he died. The Bobby Moore Fund for Cancer Research UK was set up by Stephanie Moore MBE in his memory to fund pioneering bowel cancer research. Over the past 40 years there's been dramatic progress in tackling bowel cancer but we want to do more to do to beat this cancer sooner.