Several football kits belonging to a Buckinghamshire club have been donated to citizens in an African country.

Chesham United, who play their home games at the Meadow within the town, decided to give some of their 2019/20 home and away shirts to those living in Accra, Ghana.

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The shirts were donated to the non-profit organization, Kit Aid, before they were sent to the West African nation at the end of January.

A spokesperson from the charity said: “It was really pleasing to see these wonderful kits donated by our very first Ambassador Club, Chesham United, starting their journey from our frozen containers to a much warmer place in Accra, Ghana.”

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The shirts will be given to several local teams within the city to be used as a new kit.