St Albans 10K t-shirts donated to Football Gambia

PUBLISHED: 16:18 13 August 2013 | UPDATED: 16:18 13 August 2013

St Albans City Football Club has donated about 2,000 old Herts 10k t-shirts to Football Gambia. Pictured are Ian Stapleton and Lawrence Levy

St Albans City Football Club has donated about 2,000 old Herts 10k t-shirts to Football Gambia. Pictured are Ian Stapleton and Lawrence Levy

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CLOTHING used to promote an annual St Albans sports charity event has completed a marathon journey, to help children in West Africa.

About 2,000 Herts 10K t-shirts have recently been donated to Football Gambia, a charity set up by Ian Stapleton, of St Albans.

Football Gambia provides education and sports equipment and its volunteers teach skills to villagers in West Africa.

The charity uses football to help engage with and provide education to youngsters.

The t-shirts were shipped for distribution to villages, to provide much-needed clothing for children in need.


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