Chestnut Cup 2020
A goal-scoring masterclass raises money for Prostate Cancer, as part of the Get Active campaign.
As part of March's month of football, an exhibition fixture was held at Manadon Sport & Community Hub this past Sunday (8th March). A Mayflower 400 XI which consisted of staff members of Plymouth City Council, Destination Plymouth and Argyle Community Trust, took on a representative team of the Chestnut Appeal.
Using football as a means to bring local men together to celebrate both renewed and sustained participation in sport, to raise money for a fantastic charity who are doing a great deal to support the Get Active campaign and Mayflower 400.
Dan Hart, from Argyle Community Trust said, "It's always a pleasure working with Dave at the Chestnut Appeal. The way in which they encourage people to raise money to support the fight against male cancer is innovative and uses sport as a tool to do so. I'm looking forward to taking part I the Paddle event in July."
An event which will now happen annually and will celebrate the collaboration of two charities as well as the city council, a great mark of legacy for the Mayflower 400: Get Active campaign.