Stevenage game designated Prostate Cancer UK game
Shrewsbury Town are planning for the Prostate Cancer UK designated match day on April 5 when Stevenage head to the Greenhous Meadow.
The club are delighted to engage in support of Prostate Cancer UK, the Football League’s official charity partner.
It is an opportunity to raise the awareness to thousands of men of a disease which kills one man every hour.
The club are seeking someone with personal experience of prostate cancer to be guest of honour for the day on April 5 at the Greenhous Meadow. They will have the chance to lead the team out ahead of the game with Stevenage.
"We are looking for a volunteer who has had experience of prostate cancer, either personally or through the experience of a close family member, to be given the opportunity to lead out our team against Stevenage," said Martin James, head of community development at the club.
"Is there anyone that you’re aware of within the supporter base that would like to take up this opportunity? Ideally, we’re looking for an adult with a link to prostate cancer.
"The volunteer will act as the club’s guest of honour and will wear a special t-shirt and scarf and be involved in publicity for the Men United campaign."
If you know of someone who would be interested in participating please contact Martin James at the Greenhous Meadow on (01743) 289177 or get in touch via email at firstname.lastname@example.org