Date:Wednesday March 19 2008
Ty Hafan the children's hospice in Wales provide respite, palliative and end of life care for children from all across Wales.
Ty Hafan would like to invite you to take part in our Cardiff regional charity shield 5 a-side football tournament on Saturday 5th April.
This means that you can get you hands on a trophy before Cardiff City do..
The event is a world cup pool style tournament, so all teams are guaranteed pleanty of football!!
Teams of up to 8 players (can be mixed or all ladies) are invited to take part in this exciting and really well supported event.
This could be a great team building day for your company or existing team, or maybe you just want to get a group of friends together to help raise money for Ty Hafan.
The footie fun takes place at the recently opened Power League Venue just off Manor Way, Cardiff, and the venue boasts 10 outdoor pitches, a viewing area and a great bar area too.
The winners of the Ty Hafan Charity Shield get to keep the silverware for 12 months, when you will be invited back to defend your title.
All team players will receive a free matchday t-shirt, and there will be winners and runners up medals too.
You will also have the chance on the day to win some signed Cardiff City merchandise.!!
Team entry is just £200 which works out at just £25 per player, so you could get your company to sponsor your team, or get family and friends to sponsor you to raise your entry fee, -the most important thing is that you will be helping to raise the £2.5m annual running costs of our childrens hospice.
To get involved, call Alan at Ty Hafan on 02920 672060 or email alan'at'tyhafan.org
Date:Wednesday March 19 2008
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