Football fans in Beaconsfield and beyond could be able to watch a free match on Saturday.

Beaconsfield Town FC, who play their games at the recently renovated Holloways Park, are encouraging people in the area to come to their stadium on November 27 with unwrapped children’s gifts.

The toys that are donated will then go to youngsters who are currently in hospital.

Those who oblige will be able to watch the Rams’ home league match against Chesham United for free on that day. 

The club’s managing director, Peter Bromage, said: “This Saturday, we have a special event at our home game versus Chesham.

“Fans who come to the match are invited to bring a present for a child and gain free entry to this local derby.

"All the presents collected will be donated to local children currently in hospital for Christmas.

“This is a Rams tradition which has been very popular for the club in recent years and only halted by the pandemic, so we are hoping for a massive response from all fans.” 

The club are in the process of fixing a date with the hospital so that they can donate the goods to the children.

Additionally, two days after their match against Chesham, Beaconsfield will face their old foes in Slough Town from the National League in a Berks & Bucks Cup tie at Holloways Park. 

The Berkshire outfit used to ground share with the Rams.

Mr Bromage continued: "This game brings together two long-standing rivals in this historic county competition.

He also added that the cup tie next week is 'a massive challenge against another local rival.’

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