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Community Match raises over £10,000

City’s Community Match has helped to raise more than £10,000 for Bristol Manor Farm and the Community Trust.

A capacity crowd of 1,417 filled The Creek, and with bumper food and drink sales in the sweltering heat, the total tally ensures both parties will bank more than £5,000 from the day.
 
Manor Farm plan to use the revenue to improve their stadium facilities, including new floodlights.
 
The Community Trust aim to fund a new strand to their disability football provision with the monies raised.
 
Fans young and old enjoyed the match, which ended 11-0 in favour of the Sky Bet Championship team.

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