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Be a guest of honour for Cheltenham clash

8 April 2015

Wanderers are delighted to be hosting a designated Prostate Cancer UK awareness day for Saturday's visit of Cheltenham Town...

...and you could be a special guest of honour for the day simply by completing a short survey to be entered into a prize draw.

Click here to fill out the survey online.

The 'Men United' matchday gives supporters the chance to donate to the Football League's charity partner and learn more about the illness which will affect 1 in 8 men in their lifetime.

One lucky supporter who completes the survey will also be invited to go behind the scenes as a guest of honour, meeting the manager and players before leading the teams out onto the pitch with the matchball. That person will also select and present the Man of the Match award in the boardroom after the game, and receive a football signed by the squad.

Look out for the Prostate Cancer UK collectors around the stadium on Saturday, and please donate what you can.

Don't forget former striker Keith Scott is also supporting the cause by cycling from London to Amsterdam in June - click here to find out more.

Meanwhile, supporter Leanne Hurford is holding a static cycle ride in the car park to raise money for the charity - click here for details.

And as well as giving generously, you yourself can get involved.

Men United is Prostate Cancer UK’s movement for everyone who believes men are worth fighting for.

By joining Men United, you’ll get more opportunities to do great stuff with your friends, from bike rides to pub quizzes to Iron Man challenges. Whatever you and your mates love to do, you can do it for Men United and help beat a disease that kills one man every hour in the UK.

Plus, you’ll find out about ways to make a difference on an even wider scale by uniting with men across the UK, like petitioning MPs or volunteering.

Whether it's big or small, signing a petition or running a marathon, doing it together is what really matters. What starts with a quick 'hello', a chat in the pub or a barbecue with mates can end with a nationwide movement of men – ready to fight for their friends, themselves and men everywhere.

Join Men United and help keep friendships alive.

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