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Caversham United raised £1,935 from 114 supporters


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Closed 23/03/2021

raised of £1,500 target by 114 supporters

    Weʼve raised £1,935 to help Balls to Cancer and those affected by cancer.

    Caversham, Reading
    Funded on Tuesday, 23rd March 2021

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    Thank you so much to everyone who got involved in our 10K Twitter followers charity fundraiser! We are delighted to have raised so much money. 🐐

    Further donations through this page are veey much still welcome!



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      6 months ago
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    7 months ago

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    Page last updated on: 12/14/2020 20.04



    • Jake


      Dec 14, 2020


    • Jake


      Dec 14, 2020


    • Abigail Ticehurst

      Abigail Ticehurst

      Dec 10, 2020

      In it to win ittttt


    • Haverhill Town u15

      Haverhill Town u15

      Dec 10, 2020

      Cracking work guys as per usual 🐐 💙


    • Seb


      Dec 10, 2020


    • Ramsey & Mistley Ladies

      Ramsey & Mistley Ladies

      Dec 10, 2020

      🐏🤝🐐Great work gents and incredible total 👍


    • Non League Crowds

      Non League Crowds

      Dec 10, 2020

      Good luck guys - great effort.


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    Caversham United

    Caversham United

    Caversham, Reading

    We are a Sunday League team from Reading. We aim to use social media to promote grassroots football and support our charity partners.

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