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Norwich City legends play to help Aylsham football ground funds appeal

14:35 12 June 2012

Darren Huckerby in action against Celtic. Next it is Aylsham. Photo by Simon Finlay

Darren Huckerby in action against Celtic. Next it is Aylsham. Photo by Simon Finlay

Archant Norfolk

Members of Aylsham Football Club are set to take on Norwich City legends in a charity match this weekend.

The match, taking place at their current home at Aylsham Recreation Ground on Sunday at 2pm, is part of their ongoing fundraising for their new purpose built ground.

Already confirmed for the Norwich City legends are Darren Huckerby, Mike Milligan, Darren Eadie, Paul McVeigh, Daryl Sutch, Dale Gordon and Mark Barham.

Players are paying for the privilege to play in the match by buying 10 minute slots. There will also be a fundraising programme which will be available to buy.

For further information contact Carolyn Atherton. 01603 897500.

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