New football team hosting charity match

Fareham MP Suella Fernandes, second right, and Minister of State for Schools The Rt Hon Nick Gibb MP, centre, with representatives from Portchester Community School  and Henry Cort Community College

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A newly-formed Sunday league football team will be hosting a match tomorrow for a charity that works against male suicide.

Clarence Tavern FC are playing Couzens United – a team made up of old school friends in memory and celebration of Matt Couzens, who took his own life.

The match officials have volunteered to officiate the game for no fee and this was organised by Ken Shearsmith. Proceeds go to Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM) and events start at 10am at Bay House School playing fields.

A yellow balloon release is planned, along with a cake sale, barbecue, bouncy castle, raffle and various other events.

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