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Swaffham's football club raises money for Help for Heroes

PUBLISHED: 09:36 19 December 2009 | UPDATED: 11:32 08 July 2010

SWAFFHAM Town Football Club has presented a cheque to Captain Heidi Sparks of the Light Dragoons Regiment, based at Swanton Morley, from proceeds of the Tom Meranghi Memorial Trophy.

SWAFFHAM Town Football Club has presented a cheque to Captain Heidi Sparks of the Light Dragoons Regiment, based at Swanton Morley, from proceeds of the Tom Meranghi Memorial Trophy.

The money, £300 in total, will be donated to the Help for Heroes charity.

The regiment has just returned from Afghanistan following involvement in Operation Herrick 10, where a number of their colleagues sustained injuries.

Andrew Hunter, club coach/player, and Tom's step-brother, presented the cheque.


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