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PUBLISHED: 11:06 07 March 2008 | UPDATED: 08:22 02 June 2010

BANDS and football teams are sought to play their part in a 12-hour charity extravaganza, being organised by staff at a Wisbech factory. Fresh produce factory Del Monte has teamed up with Tyco, a CCTV surveillance company based in Cambridge, to raise mone

BANDS and football teams are sought to play their part in a 12-hour charity extravaganza, being organised by staff at a Wisbech factory.

Fresh produce factory Del Monte has teamed up with Tyco, a CCTV surveillance company based in Cambridge, to raise money for the East Anglian Children's Hospice.

The charity day, pencilled in for July 26 at Wisbech Rugby Club, will see a number of activities in the afternoon including a five-a-side company football tournament.

Sixteen teams are being sought, with prizes for the winner and the best dressed teams.

The afternoon fun will be followed by a music concert in the evening, with bands also sought to perform on the night.

Shirley Moult, shift manager at Del Monte, said: "We are also asking people who hold stalls to make a donation prior to the event."

Companies or bands interested in taking part should contact Shirley on 01945 469300 (ext 217) or email shirley_moult@freshdelmonte.com.


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