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Halfway House pub in Connah’s Quay to hold football shirt amnesty for charity

THE Halfway House pub in Connah’s Quay is literally taking the football shirts off its customers’ backs for its latest charity campaign, Project Fair Play.

The initiative aims to help disadvantaged children in the UK and in South Africa by providing them with fantastic football facilities.

The pub is holding a shirt amnesty and asking fans to dig out their unwanted football shirts, especially children’s shirts to donate at the pub.

They will be taken directly to disadvantaged youngsters at the Ukhanyo School in Masiphumelele, South Africa.

It also wants to raise enough cash to build a new sports ground at the school through the Happy Africa Foundation.

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