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End of season to trigger a busy spell for Cambridge City

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Cambridge City have a host of initiatives lined up.
Cambridge City have a host of initiatives lined up.

Cambridge City are ramping up off-pitch plans now that the Northern Premier League season has been completed.

They signed off in the Midlands Division with a 3-1 win over Sporting Khalsa with Ally Conway, Taylor Parr and Scott Bridges on target.

The first stop will be the Sawston Fun Run as the club continues to support the new community which it will call home when their new stadium opens.

Team Lilywhites will be taking part in the event on Sunday, May 8, something that they have been doing since 2015.

They had a team of more than 20 runners and walkers in that year, and this one will be important for City with the stadium build in full flow, with mascot Lily the Panda among those to be running the 7.4km route.

Visit sawstonfunrun.co.uk/online-registration to enter and fill in Team Lilywhites on the form to be part of the City contingent, and wear black and white or club memorabilia.

The club is also running a raffle to help raise funds for additional changing rooms for the the 3G pitch at the new Sawston stadium.

They have gathered together a huge range of different prizes including a signed Paul Gascoigne Spurs shirt from the 1991 FA Cup semi-final, Glenn Hoddle and Ossie Ardilles signed 1981 Spurs shirt, signed Ben Chilwell Chelsea short, a holiday in a Spanish villa and signed England and Arsenal shirts.

To see the full list, visit cambridgecityfc.com/news/ccfc-fundraising-raffle

Tickets costs £1 each and come in books of 10. The draw will be made on July 1.

To purchase tickets email alice.dewey@cambridgecityfc.com or call 01223 551399.

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