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Cheltenham Town FC on behalf of Gloucestershire NHS
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Lifelong Cheltenham Town supporter Matt Stanley has jumped onboard the club’s campaign to raise money for the Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust amid the amazing work they are doing on the front line during the coronavirus pandemic by donating and putting up for auction three shirts worn by three hugely popular former players.
He has been joined by Lee Baldwin of AMS Auctions, who is also a huge Robins supporter, and who has donated three match worn shirts of his own to go towards the auction which is helping to raise funds to support the nurses, doctors and other medical staff who are working in the NHS to save lives during the pandemic.
The money made from the auction will be combined with a separate fundraiser that has been put together by the first team players and staff to shave their heads to raise money for the NHS – with supporters already donating up to £3,000 to their efforts.
Both supporters, players, management and the club want to say thank you to the NHS and their staff and the amazing work they are doing, while offering six amazing match worn shirts through this special auction.
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