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24 February 2014

Could you help with a bucket collection?

Prostate Cancer UK are looking for volunteers to help with a bucket collection before our home game against Plymouth on March 8th.

The game is our dedicated day of action for PCUK - the Football League's Official Charity of the Year - and we will be raising money and awareness for the charity.

People who are able to help with the bucket collection will received a free ticket to the game.

To find out more, click here.

Each year almost as many men are diagnosed with prostate cancer as women are diagnosed with breast cancer. But research into prostate cancer is badly underfunded, leaving tests and treatments trailing behind other common cancers. And the quality and availability of treatment can vary across the UK.

The Football League is backing a major new campaign by its Official Charity Partner, Prostate Cancer UK.

‘Men United v Prostate Cancer’, a punchy and unashamedly masculine campaign using the language of sport to engage the nation’s men, is the brainchild of Britain’s foremost male health charity, Prostate Cancer UK.

In his role of Men United 'Team Manager' comedian Bill Bailey fronts the campaign.  Bailey’s team of celebrities that have signed up for Men United include football pundit Mark Bright, rugby legend Will Carling, Homeland star Damian Lewis, Game of Thrones hard man Charles Dance and Sir Michael Parkinson – plus many more of Britain’s most iconic figures.

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