Havering residents invited to annual family fun day to raise money for Diabetes UK

PUBLISHED: 11:57 26 June 2018 | UPDATED: 14:21 26 June 2018

Mr Custard's children's show at Cromer Park FC's fun day

Mr Custard's children's show at Cromer Park FC's fun day


A charity fundraiser which was set up after young Hornchurch football player Matt Sell died in 2002, will be holding their fifth annual event to raise money for Diabetes UK.

Cromer Park FC's fun day.Cromer Park FC's fun day.

Cromer Park Family Fun Day will be taking place on Saturday, July 21 from noon to 9pm at Henderson Sports & Social Club in Harold Park.

Pete Sell said: “The last four years have been a wonderful success, raising over £30,000 for Diabetes UK and The Avenues Trust.

“On behalf of everyone involved we thank you for your unwavering support, we couldn’t do it without every single one of you.”

Children can look forward to face painting, bouncy castles, a ball pool, two shows by children’s entertainers.

For adults there will be live bands including entertainment from The Mojo Rising and Ricky Lee, a star prize raffle with more than 15 prizes on offer, a barbeque, a pimms and prosecco tent and the annual Matt Sell charity football match.

To support Cromer Park in raising funds for Diabetes UK visit their justgiving page and buy tickets for the event at tickettailor.

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