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Millwall fans raise over £2,500 for cancer charity

Millwall fans raised more than £2,500 for local cancer charity, the MumMum Foundation, on Saturday night at the Lions TV End of Season Dinner.

The fundraiser was hosted by Lions TV founder, Dan Goodwin, and was attended by former Millwall goalkeeper Tony Warner, and actor and former Millwall centre-back Neil ‘Razor’ Ruddock.

The charity’s founder, Camberwell man Gary Valentine-Fuller, said: “The money will go towards The MumMum Foundation’s new mission, taking poorly children, some sadly terminal, to Disneyland. For some it could be their last ever holiday.

Left: Gary Valentine-Fuller with Neil Ruddock. Right: Kirsty Valentine-Fuller, Tony Warner, Gary Valentine-Fuller

“The evening was filled with good company, bangers and mash, good old sing songs, comedy and of course lots of beer.”

Visit www.facebook.com/themummumfoundation to find out more about the charity.

 

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