The annual Big Sleepout in aid of Wycombe Homeless Connection is set to return with a difference this year.

Chairboys fans are being given the unique opportunity to stay overnight at Adams Park this November – and to raise money for a worthy local cause at the same time.

The sleepout - which usually takes place at All Saints Church - will relocate to Adams Park on November 24, hours after Wanderers’ home match against Shrewsbury.

The move is thanks to player Michael Harriman and his wife Amy, who approached the Castle Street charity last year to offer their services as ambassadors.

WWFC officials are getting behind the event by throwing in a free match ticket for any participant who raises at least £20 sponsorship.

The sleepout is being sponsored by Dreams this year.

Sheena Dykes, WHC chair of trustees, said: “We are so grateful to Michael and the team at Wycombe Wanderers for generously opening their doors to our ‘Dreams Big Sleepout’ this year.

"It will be amazing to see what this much-loved venue will be like at night.

"We’re planning lots of exciting extra details, so really hope that people will sign up soon to help us raise vital funds to help local homeless people in our town.”

Lisa Bond, chief marketing officer at Dreams, added: "As a leading business in the local community, we are delighted to be supporting this worthwhile initiative.

"Our mission as an organisation is to ensure everyone gets a good night's sleep and we hope our support will go some way to helping achieve this."

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