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Ed Lewis

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Posted Sunday, May 20th 2018

Charity football match at Ashton Gate

Lee Johnson, Scott Murray and Louis Carey will join fellow sport, soap, reality and music stars in a charity football match today (Sunday).

Two teams will compete in a star-stunned family football match at Ashton Gate on Sunday, May 20th (3pm kick-off) to raise funds for Global’s Make Some Noise, which supports some amazing charities across the West Country.

Managing the teams will be Kerry Katona and Katie Price, with Lee Latchford-Evans (Steps) and Jake Wood (Eastenders) both named as captains.

Taking part in the charity football match:

  • Lee Johnson
  • Scott Murray
  • Louis Carey
  • Calum Best (TV star, model and footballer)
  • Jamie Argent AKA ‘Arg’ (The Only Way Is Essex)
  • Dean Edwards (TV Chef)
  • Dean Gaffney (Soap Star)
  • Sam Bailey (X Factor)
  • MC Harvey (So Solid)
  • Simon Webb (Blue)
  • Jimmy Constable (911)
  • Jeff Brazier (This Morning)
  • Liam Gatsby (The Only Way Is Essex)
  • Dan Edgar (The Only Way Is Essex)
  • Alex Beattie (Love Island)
  • Matt Lapinskas (Dancing on Ice)
  • Jay James (X Factor)
  • Jamie O'Hara (Celebrity Big Brother/Ex-Pro)
  • Terry Alderton (Comedian)
  • Paul Konchesky (Ex-Pro)
  • Alex Russell (Ex-England Player)

The event is now in its third year and the Make Some Noise campaign was initially created by Global’s media and entertainment group.

The charity helps youngsters and their families living with illness, disability or lack of opportunity and gives a voice to small projects across the West Country and UK.

Global’s Make Some Noise unites some of the country’s best-loved radio stations – Heart, Capital, Capital XTRA, Classic FM, Smooth, LBC, Radio X and Gold – to award grants and to give a voice to these projects.

Tickets are priced at adults £10 adults and Under-16s £5.

PAY ON THE DAY, TRAVEL AND PARKING

On the day, tickets will be on sale from 1.30pm until kick-off (3pm) from the South Stand ticket office, but will be cash-only.

All on-site car parking has sold out.

Private parking is available in the area, please visit justpark.com for more information.

Parking is usually available in the Ashton Vale Road industrial estate and limited street parking is available around the BS3 area.

Bus travel:

Service 24
Stops at Ashton Drive (The Robbins PH)
Operates up to every 12 minutes (every 30 minutes during the evening)
Serves Bedminster, City Centre, Old Market, Easton, Eastville, Lockleaze and Southmead Hospital
Adult singles range from £1.70 to £2.70 and return / all day travel is £4

Services X1, X3, X4, X6, X8 and X9
Stops at Blackmoors Lane (Ashton Bridge)
Operates at frequent intervals
Serves Hotwells and City Centre
Adult single is £1.70, £3.40 return and £4 all day travel

Service 71
Stops at Blackmoors Lane (Ashton Bridge)
Operates up to every 15 minutes (every 30 minutes during the evening)
Serves Hotwells, City Centre, Gloucester Road, Filton Avenue and UWE Frenchay
Adult singles range from £1.70 to £2.70 and return / all day travel is £4

Services X1, X3, X4, X6, X8 and X9
Stops at Winterstoke Road (Ashton Bridge)
Operates at various frequencies
Serves various locations, including, Weston-super-Mare, Portishead, Clevedon and Nailsea
Adult singles range from £1.70 to £6 and return / day ticket from £3.40 to £7.50

Please visit the FirstBus website and search by service number for more specific timing information – www.firstgroup.com/bristol

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