Flackwell Heath Football Club have confirmed their chairman has been given the all clear from cancer.

Terry Glynn, who has been associated with the Non League outfit for 50 years, has battled prostate cancer on two occasions, and on December 16, the Heathens revealed that their much-loved board member was free from the illness.

To celebrate the news, the club are raising funds for Prostate UK to help those battling the disease, whilst allowing fans, as well as anyone else, to attend their home match against Broadfields United for free on December 28.

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The match will kick off at 3pm and donations can be made at the stadium or via their Just Giving page.

On their fundraising page, they said: “Our Chairman, Terry Glynn, who this season has been involved with the club for 50 years, has now beaten Prostate Cancer for the second time.

“The all clear coming just weeks ago was a welcome bit of good news in what are difficult times for everybody.

“We would love for any donations, small or large, to go to this wonderful charity who help raise awareness, fund research and invest millions in to finding better tests and treatment.

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“We will be hosting Broadfields United FC on Tuesday 28th December 2021, 3pm Kick-Off at Wilks Park, HP10 9EA in the Spartan South Midlands Premier Division.

“All spectators will be given free entry and collections for Prostate Cancer UK will be on the turnstiles and inside the clubhouse.”

To donate, go to www.justgiving.com/fundraising/FlackwellHeathFC.