Football charity to hold ball in Southsea

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A CHARITY that uses football to help transform lives in Africa will host a fundraising ball in Southsea.

Kick4Life, which runs projects in Lesotho in southern Africa including HIV education and testing, will hold the ball at the Queen’s Hotel in Clarence Parade on October 12.

There will be a three-course meal, entertainment, DJ and a chance to win prizes in a raffle and auction.

Chris Bullock, the charity’s regional co-ordinator, said: ‘It should be a great fun night and I am sure everyone will enjoy themselves while also helping to make a difference for those who need it in Lesotho.’

Tickets cost £35 and include a drink on arrival.

They are available from Chris by e-mailing chris@kick4life.org