Bid for a signed Stevenage FC shirt and support Keech Hospice Care

Elaine Allen, Manager of Keech Hospice in Stevenage holds a Stevenage FC signed shirt which will be

Elaine Allen, Manager of Keech Hospice in Stevenage holds a Stevenage FC signed shirt which will be auctioned - Credit: Archant

Signed Stevenage FC shirts have been donated to Keech Hospice Care, with a silent auction to be held to raise vital funds.

Sky Betting and Gaming have donated four shirts from the 2013/2014 and 2014/2015 seasons which are on display at the hospice’s Stevenage shop.

Shop manager Elaine Allen said: “We are delighted to have received these shirts from Sky Betting and looking forward to raising vital funds for our hospice services.

“We believe no-one should have to face a life-limiting or terminal illness alone and provides free specialist care for children from Herts and Beds with progressive, life-limiting conditions from diagnosis up until the end of their life.”

To submit a bid visit the store in Queensway – the winners will be notified on February 20.

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