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£25raised of £8,000 target by 3 supporters

    Weʼve raised £25 to replace the roof on the changing facilities and tea bar facilities at Yorkshire Main FC which is leaking considerable amounts of water.

    Doncaster, United Kingdom
    Funded on Wednesday, 22nd November 2017

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    • Matthew Wynne2 years ago
      Matthew Wynne

      Matthew Wynne

      2 years ago

      1 day one donation. Thank you dawn. #8knewroof

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    • Matthew Wynne2 years ago
      Matthew Wynne

      Matthew Wynne

      2 years ago

      Just started this page, please share and hopefully we can hit our target. I know its large but if 8000 people donated £1 we will do it.

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    2 years ago

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    Page last updated on: 9/28/2017 19.31



    • Emmy Crooks

      Emmy Crooks

      Sep 28, 2017

      You should get this link added to the work email Matt.


    • Darren Blake

      Darren Blake

      Aug 30, 2017

      Good Luck


    • Dawn Caffrey

      Dawn Caffrey

      Aug 25, 2017

      Hope you raise it all good luck no much saving for my car 😊


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    Matthew Wynne

    Matthew Wynne

    Doncaster, United Kingdom

    I have been involved with the club for 20yrs and want this to continue so that the facilities can be used for years to come and a legacy can be left behind which will continue to support the local community of all ages. into the future.

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