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    Weʼve raised £738 to buy the Cambridge United cow from the ‘Cows about Cambridge’ exhibition, to display at the Abbey Stadium.

    Funded on Wednesday, 12th January 2022

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    During the summer there has been a spectacular art exhibition around Cambridge which has proved to be extremely popular with anyone viewing it. The exhibition called ‘Cows about Cambridge’ featured 44 large and 46 mini cows at different locations around the city.

    One of the most visited Cows was positioned outside Parkside swimming pool and for Cambridge United supporters it became a must see exhibit.

    The Cows around Cambridge exhibition has now finished and the Cows are being auctioned.

    On the 23rd September, the large cows will take centre stage at an auction to raise money for the charity, Break. The auction will take place at 7pm at the Graduate Hotel and will be hosted by celebrity auctioneer and TV personality Charles Hanson. Charles is famous for his appearances on BBC's Bargain Hunt, Antiques Road Trip and Flog it.

    This will be our opportunity to purchase the Cambridge United cow which we are hoping to buy and place at the Abbey Stadium.

    Please can you help us to raise the funds by donating to the fundraiser?

    If you want to donate more than £20, please contact dave.matthew-jones@cambridge-united.co.uk

    If successful in our bid, any money raised above the auction price will be donated to the Break charity and is non-refundable. Equally, if unsuccessful in our bid, all money raised will be donated to the charity. (Donations over £50 will be refunded)

    The charity Break operate throughout the East Anglia region with particular concentration in the counties of Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire. Break give vulnerable children and young people the time, support, and love they need to achieve their full potential. Through innovation, lifelong relationships, and keeping young people at the heart of what we do, they transform futures and change lives. If you would like to donate or make a regular payment to them, see more by following the link here.

    https://www.break-charity.org/charity/news/page/1

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      38

      • Cherry Fordham

        Cherry Fordham

        Sep 23, 2021

        Be lovely to see the cow at the Abbey!

        £10.00

      • Anonymous

        Anonymous

        Sep 23, 2021

      • Anonymous

        Anonymous

        Sep 23, 2021

        £20.00

      • Dave Udders

        Dave Udders

        Sep 22, 2021

        Good luck getting to new pastures! Fingers & teats crossed you win and get it moo'ved over to the Abbey. Plenty of pats will follow, so milk any publicity, just keep it away from Darlers grass :-)

        £18.00

      • Finlay Cox

        Finlay Cox

        Sep 22, 2021

        Up the Us

        £15.00

      • Chris Duck

        Chris Duck

        Sep 22, 2021

        Fingers crossed he comes home to United

        £30.00

      • Lisa Pope

        Lisa Pope

        Sep 22, 2021

        Bring Four Four Moo home x

        £20.00

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