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Posted Monday, December 11th 2017

City trio speak CHSW on BBC Radio Bristol

Bailey Wright, Joe Bryan and Dean Holden will be part of Geoff Twentyman’s Sound of the City show this evening, from 6pm.

The City trio will be on the show alongside Olly Slym from Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW) to celebrate the club’s partnership with the charity.

Wright, Bryan and Holden are all ambassadors for CHSW and the club will be making their annual Christmas visit to Charlton Farm tomorrow afternoon.

On Saturday - when City host Nottingham Forest at Ashton Gate - there will be bucket collections for the charity, with the two teams warming up in CHSW t-shirts.

Then, in the eighth minute of the game, fans are asked to join a minute’s applause to celebrate the life of supporter Ben Pritchard, who sadly passed away at CHSW last month, aged eight.

Supporters can listen to Sound of the City online via bbc.co.uk/radiobristol, or on radio via 94.9FM, 104.6FM and DAB.

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