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RUFC - Brecks Midnight Walk

RUFC - Brecks Midnight Walk

Rotherham United Assistant Manager, John Breckin has orgainsed a midnight walk in aid of the Hospice and it is on course to raise £50,000.

John helped to organise the walk as a 'thank you' to the hospice who cared for his wife before she lost her battle against breast cancer.

John has the support of people like The Chuckle Brothers, Tony Christie, Peter Elliot, The Rotherham Titans, South Yorkshire Police and Fire and Rescue Services for the five or ten mile walk.

The walk starts at Millmoor and John told The Advertiser, 'it could be the last public event to be held at Millmoor and we are hoping to make it a fitting farewell.'

Stephen Brogan, who broke his leg earlier this year against MK Dons, will be taking part and Breck said of him, 'he's a local lad and has worked really hard. He's always eager to do things within the community.'

Gill Shaw, the hospice fund raising manager said, 'We have been really impressed with the level of support we've had.'



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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Saturday June 21 2008
Time: 3:38PM

Comments

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Thats great to see so much money being raised. Are any of you doing it?
dazza71
21/06/2008 16:10:00
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I understand Time For Ale is doing it.
herringthorpe
21/06/2008 19:29:00
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Well done to everyone who took part and for a very worthy cause also!!!
TheVillager
24/06/2008 21:55:00
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