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Following the ‘London Marathon Remix – Myles for the NHS’ event on Saturday 23rd May, the Club can confirm over £3,000 has been raised for the NHS Charities!

Having been nominated by Aldershot Town, a Club-wide effort was put in place ahead of the day with supporters, players, coaches, staff and even our first team manager Neil Smith making teams. The goal was to reach 26 miles worth of exercise in a team, raising money for the NHS and bringing together the Bromley FC community.

25 teams were entered, and a huge reception to the effort was seen across all forms of social media throughout the day. Teams ran, cycled and walked to the 26 miles distance – with some teams going well past that mark!

Everyone at the Club would like to thank you all for taking part and showing your support to the cause. The exact total raised so far by everyone connected to Bromley FC is £3,129.16.

You can still donate if you are in a position to do so by clicking here, please leave “WeAreBromley” in the comments so we can keep tally of the total raised by Team Bromley.


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