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ITES COME TOGETHER FOR MEN-TALK.UK

Club News

On Friday night the supporters, friends, coaches and volunteers of Sheppey United got together to raise funds for MEN-TALK.UK.

A friendly match took place on the Holm Park pitch between our SUFC coaches team and New Road coaches – with the Ites losing by a single goal difference in a competitive and entertaining game.

Upstairs in the Spitfire Bar a group of volunteers including Mark Soave, Keith Tucker, Natalie Tucker, Jez Gough, Wally Woodhouse, Jon Farley, Jim Cook, Jo Jeal, Ray Seager (Quiz Master) and the SUFC Bar Staff hosted a quiz between 9 teams who battled out 10 rounds consisting of different subjects.

The evening also saw representatives and members of the charity talk to the audience and a kind donation of £500 made by Brett Hewes (BH Drilling) and his friends.

Many of all you donated prizes to a raffle which took part at the end of the quiz, and purchased many tickets too – we cannot thank you enough for your kindness and generosity.

With the quiz raising £500, and monies raised through donations/bucket collections of £878.08 it turned out to be a great evening.

RAFFLE PRIZE DONATORS – THANKS TO…..

Bouguet Surprise, Simply Yogga, Total Paws, Tan-up, Sea Worn Wonders, Dakotas, The Beach Bar & Restaurant, O’Meara’s, Jar of Delights, Rumour, AJ Morrisroe Construction, Morrison, SUFC, Credit Limit International, Steve Manning, Glen Hammond, Arizona Diner, BH Drilling, Waggy Tails, T.J, Grovehurst Pet Shop, Brambledown, The Sign Guy, Brad B Clean, K9 Nanny, Made with Love & Maggie, Sheppey Models, Dotties Soft Ice, TG Tunneling Ltd, CD Supplies, Allen Family, Hazel Clark Pottery, CDDL, David Houghton, Karl Chamberlain

ABOUT MEN-TALK.UK

Every week, MEN-TALK.UK hosts a series of open door meetings for anyone who wants to enjoy a cup of tea or coffee and discuss how their week has been, any troubles or frustrations that they feel they want to get off their chest. It is also an opportunity for everyone to listen to others, learn from their experiences and offer their own advice if they feel they want to.

Meetings occur at the Head Health Hub in Sheerness and are entirely free.

Website: https://men-talk.uk/

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