David Doherty, Director of Ruby at Harrogate Rugby Club, Nicola Appleton and Jo Finnegan, part of Harrogate Marie Curie Fundraising Group, Paul H Whatmuff, Otley Rugby Club, Sean Shukralla, Stratstone Mini and Bill Barrack Secretary at Harrogate Rugby Club
David Doherty, Director of Ruby at Harrogate Rugby Club, Nicola Appleton and Jo Finnegan, part of Harrogate Marie Curie Fundraising Group, Paul H Whatmuff, Otley Rugby Club, Sean Shukralla, Stratstone Mini and Bill Barrack Secretary at Harrogate Rugby Club

Charity Rugby Match & Family Fun Day Hosted by Harrogate Marie Curie Fundraising Group

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 06/05/2018
11:00am - 5:00pm

Location
Harrogate Rugby Club

Rudding Lane
Harrogate
North Yorkshire
HG3 1DQ


Harrogate Rugby Club and Marie Curie have a great family day on the 6 May 2018.

The day is also being held in honour of John Finnegan a respected past president of Harrogate rugby union club and a long-serving player.  John sadly died in 2017 and was supported by Marie Curie.

John’s widow, Jo Finnegan and Nicola Appleton are on the newly formed Harrogate fundraising committee for Marie Curie and have had the in for a while.

The day will have something for all ages and interests. For the children there will be bouncy castles, raffle, tombola, face painting, ice creams and other stalls.

There will be a , BBQ and of course the Harrogate v Otley match from 2pm.

Entry to the event is free, but all donations on the day are appreciated.

 

Charity Rugby Match & Family Fun Day Hosted by Harrogate Marie Curie Fundraising Group

 

 

 



 

Nicola Appleton and Jo Finnegan - Harrogate Marie Curie Fundraising Group
Nicola Appleton and Jo Finnegan – Harrogate Marie Curie Fundraising Group

 

 

Nicola Appleton - Marie Curie Fundraising Group
Nicola Appleton – Marie Curie Fundraising Group

 

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