Help the Hatters April Catch Up.........

I can already sense the tension as the days get ever nearer......

I talk of course about Monday 2 May first of all, and the 2nd Help the Hatters Car Boot Sale at Booth Street Car Park. Volunteers are required to help out on the day so if you are available to help out, please could you let Angela Moore know.  Help is required between 6am and 1pm Angela's mobile number is 07867856394

Moving on to Thursday 5 May and we arrive at the first Edgeley Park Working Party of the Close Season and a big turn out is expected to report to the Railway End entrance for 6.30pm- be one of the team!

Still looking ahead ...Saturday 30 April sees County's last match of the 2015/16 season , and Help the Hatters will be on hand as usual in the Bung creating a good atmosphere and helping to boost the Players Fund.
Recent Saturday's in the Bung have seen County supporters responding well to appeals by Help the Hatters in charitable causes.....Our game on 28 March against AFC Fylde saw fans in the Bung raise a total of £190 for a Cancer Charity in response to the effort by 7 Fylde supporters who had cycled twixt the 2 competing towns to raise dosh for the worthy cause.
Then....moving on to 16 April and before the match v Corby County supporters raised a massive £185.56 for the Bobby Moore Cancer collection- another terrific effort, well done all!
Meanwhile ...before this...on 12 April, Help the Hatters were again in attendance at the County Reserve game against New Mills, won resoundingly 5-1 by County.

Pre match and at half time Help the Hatters could be seen providing complimentary refreshments on site, and as usual this went down a treat with County fans and those from New Mills.  

And so to Tuesday the 19th, and it was back to Booth Street to hopefully finish off the tidy up operation via Help the Hatters 2016 Lit Pic 2.

Kip was at the Club doing some of what he does in his day job, whilst another decent turnout of 15  got to work at 6 with the sun blazing down from above.

A prodigious amount of detritus was again shifted and burnt on site, and I must say the results  should please the Council, but will it please them enough to persuade them to site some litter bins around the place , after all it is used  each week by the college for parking, and that ,in my view, is the major source of the litter.

No matter.... here's  some more pics from Tuesday.....

Ian Brown


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