Ahead of our Crystal Palace friendly at the weekend Bromley Football Club spent the Friday at The Glades raising money for The Chartwell Cancer Trust.
The Chartwell Cancer Trust is The Glades Chosen Charity of the Year for 2017. The charity supports children and adults with cancer and leukaemia in Bromley and the surrounding boroughs.
It was the Club’s second ‘Roadshow’ in the Central Atrium which included a large inflatable goal and ‘speed trap’ along with a Club Shop.
Manager Neil Smith and first team players Jack Holland, David Gregory, Dan Johnson, Frankie Raymond, Ben Chorley and George Porter were all on hand to meet supporters and visitors during the afternoon.
Ronin the Raven, supported by Ronin Marketing, was also present and was on hand to meet and greet our young supporters.
A few social media posts from the day can be seen below;
— Michael Carroll (@mikey2508) July 28, 2017
— RONIN Marketing (@roninmarketing) July 28, 2017
— Bromley FC (@bromleyfc) July 28, 2017
Parents may also like to know that our friends at The Glades have a special UK launch of Kids on the Moon, a journey of space discovery through an interactive exhibition in which kids will be able to ﬁnd out what it’s like to be a real astronaut. Click the image below for more details!