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Hawkwell Blue

Oct 27, 2003
Some of you may have read in the Echo or in yesterday's programme that this Saturday (20th September) we are having the first Friends of Katie Cricket Match and Fun Day at Little Baddow CC in memory of my daughter Katie who passed away in February.

For those of you not going to Crewe then you are all welcome. The day starts at 1.00, the cricket at 1.30 (there are five Blues' fans in my team) and there will be loads going on. Even if the weather is rubbish there will be enough to keep you entertained, band, BBQ, games, refreshments, until the raffle and auction. The auction includes a signed current England shirt and a signed SUFC SUFC ball. If anyone wants to make a sealed bid for the England shirt then please let me know.

Also if anyone wants some raffle tickets please let me know, the main prize is £1,500 of Thomas Cook travel vouchers and there is also a weekend for two in a Norfolk cottage as a prize. Proceeds go to two charities close to Katie's heart namely the Little Haven Children's Hospice and the Danbury Mission Church.

Katie's family were touched by the generosity shown on SZ when Katie died and £300 was raised for LH dispelling some people's views about football "fans".


Nick Hart.