Police community support officers Anthony Brewin and Nicholas Cox are to play football for six hours at a community fun day in support of the CMA.
The PCSOs are playing in a Leicestershire Police marathon football match against an invitational team of local sportsmen, including well-known names and faces.
The event is being held at the 3M football ground on the A6 Leicester Road, Loughborough on Sunday, August 19th. Kick of is 11am and the final whistle will be at 5pm.
Other attractions include inflatable rides and other games and competitions, live music from noon, a fire and rescue appliance, shaved iced drinks and other refreshments, a food van and licensed bar.
The day has been organised for the second year running by PCSO Graham Mason from Loughborough. He is pictured above (centre). Also pictured from left to right are PCSO John Bulloch, Loughborough East Beat Sergeant Ed Des-Chanelle, Nicholas Cox and
Loughborough Local Policing Unit Commander Inspector Johnny Monks.
Last year the event raised money for a children’s charity. But as Graham, his bother and mother have recently been diagnosed with cardiomyopathy, this year he chose the Cardiomyopathy Association to benefit. He is hoping to beat the £1,000 he raised last year.
He said: “Cardiomyopathy is a condition that is not well known so I am also hoping to spread the word. “
Graham has been supported by his police force and big and small local businesses.
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