Former Blues in Pro-Celebrity Charity Match Action
Thursday, 5th Oct 2017 11:42
Blues legends Kieron Dyer, Titus Bramble and Jermaine Wright will be joined by former Canary Ruel Fox, celebrities, fans and TWTD’s Phil Ham on Team Jude as they face Celeb FC in a pro-celebrity charity match in aid of the Jude Brady Foundation at Woodbridge Town’s Notcutts Park on Sunday 8th October (KO 1pm).
Leo the Lion (The Voice), Joe Jones (X Factor, Rough Copy), singer/songwriter Jack Rose and actor Adam Oakley (BrotherhoodHollyoaks, Eastenders) will also be part of Team Jude.
Celeb FC includes Andi Walker (MasterChef 2015), singer Andy Taylor, semi-pro footballer Chris Jennings, Derry Luca Mensah (X Factor, The Risk), UK garage legends DJ Pied Piper and MC Kie, urban music artist J Milz, Marlon Wallen (Big Brother), actor and model Josh Crosswell, Fanzone presenter Michael Kurn and Paul Sullivan from The Apprentice 2016
Linda Lambert from Storage Hunters will be coming along and also the twins from Coach Trip, Zhana and Jae, to lend their support to Celeb FC, while BBC Radio Suffolk DJ Wayne Bavin will commentate.
Tickets are available from Eventbrite or on the gate at £5 for adults, £3 for senior citizens and 16-18-year-olds and £1 for children under-16.
The Jude Brady Foundation was established in memory of Peter and Lynn Brady's second son Jude, who was stillborn in 2006, to raise awareness of stillbirth and neonatal death and funds for child-related good causes in the UK.
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