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Posted Wednesday, August 29th 2018

Meet City stars this Friday

Supporters will have the opportunity to meet Marlon Pack, Josh Brownhill, Callum O’Dowda and Matty Taylor on Friday (August 31st). 

The City quartet will be at Cabot Circus from 12-1pm, helping to create awareness of Children’s Hospice South West. 

The four ambassadors will be located on the second floor, outside the Children’s Hospice shop and will be available to speak with supporters, sign autographs and pose for photos. 

Charlton Farm, which is situated just a mile from the club’s Failand training ground, offers a wealth of services to families whose children have been diagnosed with life-limiting conditions. Such services include short breaks, respite, holistic care, emergency stays, a dedicated sibling service, end-of-life care and bereavement support. 

The hospice currently supports more than 200 life-limited children from across Bristol, South Gloucestershire and BANES.

The club have been in partnership with the hospice for the past four seasons, which has seen more than £100,000 raised.

For more information on the hospice’s invaluable work, click here

BLACKBURN TICKETS

Supporters can also see their City stars in action on Sunday, when Lee Johnson's side host Blackburn Rovers in the Sky Bet Championship (September 2nd, 1.30pm).

Tickets for the silver category fixture remain on general sale, meaning tickets are available from £22* for Forever Bristol members and £5 for under-12 members.

FIND YOUR SEAT HERE

*Prices do not include booking fee.

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