Falmouth Town to play Exeter City Under 21s next month in charity match
Falmouth Town will be play Exeter City Under-21s in a charity football match next month.
The match, on Thursday, September 13, will be raising money for Spectrum - a local charity helping suffers of autism.
The game will see Falmouth Town veterans, all stars and youth players all involved.
Falmouth aim to help Spectrum get closer to the task of raising £8m for their Spectrum Education and Arts project.
This will be an architecturally unique centre of excellence in Cornwall for people with autistic spectrum disorders and their families, as well as carers and professionals.
The SEA project will provide a much-needed service for those on the Spectrum and their families.
A spokeswoman for Falmouth Town AFC Ltd, said: "This is a great opportunity for Falmouth Town to play against a professional football club and for locals, particularly youths, to meet the up and coming players in the game."
"Kick off will be at 7pm at the Bickland Park and there will be live music after the match. Food and a raffle is also on offer, so do not miss out on the tasty treats on offer. It’s set to be a great night and Falmouth Town ask that you join them in supporting this worthy cause. Tickets will be available from the clubhouse from the September 3."
If you have anything, you wish to donate to this event in terms of entertainment or raffle prizes then contact Danielle Overend via e-mail at Danielle.firstname.lastname@example.org