Julie Muir is hosting a family football tournament this Saturday, 13 August 2016, at Greenacres, Limpsfield Rd, Warlingham CR6 9RD from 10am to 4pm.
Come along for a great day. There will be football, face painting, a BBQ, games, a bouncy castle and a tombola. There will also be a raffle and a celebrity auction with amazing prizes. There is a bar and it’s a great family day.
This will be the fifth event in memory of her son Craig who passed away in 2012, aged 22.
Craig’s family have committed to raising funds for St Christopher’s hospice who cared for Craig, and hope to reach £40,000 this year.
Why fundraise for St Christopher’s Hospice?
Craig Muir was diagnosed with a melanoma in his eye in 2010 when he was 20 years old. It was during his final year at the University of Kent, Canterbury.
Craig had to have his eye removed. He finished his degree in maths and statistics and began teacher training.
Craig became ill again early 2012. He spent 4 weeks in hospital and was told on the 5th March the melanoma had returned in his liver. He was told he only had a few days to live.
Craig moved to St Christopher’s on March 9th and passed away on March 15th.
Craig’s family are committed to raising funds for St Christopher’s Hospice because they made Craig’s final days as peaceful and pain-free as possible.
Pop along to support on Saturday
Greenacres, Limpsfield Road, Warlingham, CR6 9RD
10am til 4pm on Saturday 13 August 2016.
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