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Croston flooding: Preston North End v Rotherham tickets auctioned for clean up fund

Posted on - 31st December, 2015 - 7:00pm | Author - | Posted in - Charities, News, Preston North End
The tickets for the Deepdale game are worth around £300

The tickets for the Deepdale game are worth around £300

Four corporate Preston North End tickets are being auctioned to raise money for Croston flood victims.

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Starting at £50 the chance to see PNE’s Championship clash with Rotherham with hospitality is up for grabs.

The ebay auction starts for the tickets for Saturday’s game and ends just before 11am on Saturday.

Normally £75 each all money raised goes to the Croston Relief Fund.

Richard Carpenter, a Croston resident, has given up his tickets.

They are collection only due to time constrains ahead of the game.

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Flooding in Croston

A fundraising campaign for the flood-ravaged village has been set up by Ashton-on-Ribble resident Sarah Pattison.

She saw first-hand the devastating impact of the Boxing Day flooding on her family in the village.

Now her online fundraising campaign has netted more than £4,500 to help villagers pay for their insurances excesses and get the community centre back up and running.

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