Phelps twins to take part in charity cricket match
Oliver and James Phelps are well known for their work with various charities, and once again they have jumped at the chance to help out another. They will be joining several other celebrities in a special cricket match taking place in Canterbury. The match is run by Bunbury Cricket Club, a charity team made up of a group of rotating celebrities who play games in order to raise money for a different selected charity each time. The charity set for this particular game is a cancer treatment group called Hope for Tomorrow, and the money will go toward their mobile chemotherapy units.
The match will take place on September 28 at Spitfires Cricket Ground and begins at 2:30 p.m. BST. Seating in the grandstand is free of charge, but there is also a hospitality package available to buy for people who would like a meal at the same time. Tickets can be bought on the Hope for Tomorrow website.
Other famous names who will be taking part include rugby player Lewis Moody MBE, actress Emily Berrington, and actor Rupert Young, along with past and present members of the Kent cricket team.
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