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raised of £800 target by 68 supporters

    Weʼve raised £790 to Notts County Football Club through the Lifeline charitable initiative.

    Funded on Monday, 20th June 2022

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    On Tuesday 1st March when Notts County travel to face Chesterfield, Harry Mace from The Magpie Circle Podcast will be walking 28 miles from Meadow Lane to The Technique Stadium for the game to raise money for Notts County Football Club's Lifeline charitable initiative in memory of the late Colin Slater.



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      • Tracey Spong

        Tracey Spong

        Mar 4, 2022


      • Marlene Spong

        Marlene Spong

        Mar 2, 2022


      • Kyle Sadler

        Kyle Sadler

        Mar 1, 2022

        Awesome that you’re doing this in memory of Colin and for Lifeline!


      • Clare Cole

        Clare Cole

        Mar 1, 2022

        Well done 👏

      • Wendy Rowland

        Wendy Rowland

        Mar 1, 2022

        Well done 🖤🤍


      • COYP


        Mar 1, 2022


      • Emilio Mastrangelo

        Emilio Mastrangelo

        Mar 1, 2022

        Well done mate here’s to 3 points x


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