26 Aug 2018

P&DAA Charity Match 2018

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Rob Harris

Total raised


+ £33.75 Gift Aid


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We all know someone who's been affected by cancer and all been touched by its devastating affects...

With many of us having been affected directly or indirectly, Cancer Research UK is a great charity for which to raise funds for the Peterborough and District Angling Association 2018 Charity Match. As an Association and an angling community this is our chance to give back whilst still having a great day out with friends. Hopefully the money raised will mean that in the near future people will not have to go through the fear and terrible impact of this terrible disease, and we hope you will all give generously to this wonderful cause.
The match will be fished on Ferry Meadows on Sunday 26th August 2018. Entry is £30 all in, with optional superpools on the day. There will be a charity raffle and donations on the day so please dig deep for this fantastic cause...
Our thanks go out to Ringers, Fish On Peterborough and Sheltons of Peterborough for their generous prize donations. Feel free to donate to this page, or book onto the match by emailing All entries will be prepaid, once booked you will be contacted with payment details.
Thank you

Latest updates


John Newman



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Cancer Research UK



Excellent job Rob! You’ve just reached a fundraising total of £100!


Cancer Research UK



Nice job Rob! You’ve now raised £50 towards beating cancer sooner. Keep up the good work!


Jonathan Means



+£25.00 Gift Aid

Jane Harris



+£1.25 Gift Aid

Keep up the good work


Cancer Research UK



Well done Rob! You’ve reached a total of £25. Keep up the good work!

Total raised£150.00



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