Huge sum raised on the anniversary of the Prostate Cancer UK Stadium
One year ago today, Kenilworth Road Stadium was renamed the 'Prostate Cancer UK' stadium for our match against Wycombe Wanderers. The match which was televised live, and helped to raise £10,000 pounds for the charity last year as well as the campaign helping to raise awareness of the disease within Luton and beyond. Take a look at the behind the scenes film at the bottom of this story.
Fittingly, next Tuesday 29th March our team of walkers will be joiningSky Sports News anchorman Jeff Stelling as he takes on stage 9 of his epic challenge to walk 10 marathons in 10 days in his Men United March in aid of Prostate Cancer UK. So far, Jeff has raised almost £201,000. Of this, our team has helped to raise almost £11,000 so far!
Walking the 27 miles from Kenilworth Road to Vicarage Road via St Albans City’s Clarence Park ground are Hatter’s chief executive Gary Sweet, ticket office manager Mike Hooker, commercial manager David Hoskins and marketing and communications manager Ed Smith. Les Miller, treasurer of ‘Trust in Luton’ and travel co-ordinator of the Bobbers Travel Club will also be making the walk, along with Kevin Barrett from SoLYD and Hatters fan Peter Blessing.
The Luton team will also be joined by ex-Hatters Kingsley Black and Scott Oakes as well as Paul Merson, Bianca Westwood, Max Rushden, Tony Cottee, Malky McKay, Peter Taylor and Luther Blissett.
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