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Blues help charities

Updated: Mar 24, 2021

Wingate & Finchley were pleased to show our support for two wonderful charities during Saturday's match with Dulwich Hamlet. The Mayor of Barnet attended the event, and raised awareness and much-needed funds for his chosen charity Homeless Action in Barnet.

Also raising funds during the tense 0-0 stalemate were staff members from Prostate Cancer UK, who walked all the way from Dulwich to Finchley ahead of the match. We would like to invite you to visit the links below to donate!

((Picture L to R: Mayor of Barnet, Manager Keith Rowland, Mayor's son and Blues superfan Tom Salinger, Chairman Aron Sharpe))

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