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RUFC - Midfielder Is New Children's Hospice Ambassador

RUFC - Midfielder Is New Children's Hospice Ambassador

Rotherham United midfielder Will Vaulks has been named as Bluebell Wood Children's Hospice's newest ambassador.

Will, who joined the Millers in the summer of 2016, has been working at the hospice every week and was asked by Bluebell Wood if he would take up the role.

Speaking on the Hospice's Official Site,Will said it was a privilege to work for such a good cause, saying, 'Since I joined Rotherham I`ve become aware of the valuable work Bluebell Wood does and I`d like to continue doing my best to help this charity raise funds and encourage more supporters from across the region to give their best.'

Bluebell Wood Community Fundraiser Anna Gott commented, 'We`re delighted to have Will on board as an ambassador.

'Will has been a brilliant support here at the hospice and he recently came along to our Fun-draising Club Christmas Party and really involved himself in the party games.'

Well Done, Will!

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Date:Tuesday January 16 2018
Time: 6:40PM

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