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By Andy Roff - 18th May 2021 6:30pm
Monday 10th May was a big day for 'Walking Football' up and down the country, as 150 teams from the walking football community raised funds for MacMillan Cancer Support.
Featured here are the fine fellows from Haddenham Hobblers — funded by Haddenham Youth Football Club — who raised a whopping £200 for the charity!
Unlike in previous years, when the event was locally organised by Aylesbury United Walking Football Team, this year 150 teams took part, two from as far afield as Carlisle joining the event.
In total over 1,500 players participated up and down the country. A great achievement by all involved.
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