In today’s Crawley Observer: Footy match in memory of Paul raises cash for charity

Today's Crawley Observer (May 17)
Today's Crawley Observer (May 17)

In today’s Crawley Observer a charity football match and family fun day held in memory of a man who died from a heart attack aged only 32 has raised almost £5,000 for the British Heart Foundation (BHF).

Also in today’s Observer football fanatic Alex Stedman, 22, who works for Crawley Town FC, has told how he and his parents cried tears of relief when he heard he had beaten cancer.

School governors from all over West Sussex have also announced a ‘day of action’ as part of the ongoing fight for fairer funding.

In sport Crawley Town expect to appoint their new manager this week.

Owner Ziya Eren has been interviewing candidates to lead the team next season.

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