Brighton & Hove Albion club ambassador Alan Mullery and chief executive Paul Barber will take part in a Q&A session at Arundel FC on Friday, 7:45pm.
Arundel are raising money for their flood appeal after their Mill Road pitch was submerged under water for seven weeks, and monies from the event will go towards the club’s £20,000 target.
The evening will start at 7.45pm and ticket prices for entrance are £12.50, which includes a Piglets Pantry pie and chip supper.
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Arundel Brewery beer will also be available, and the evening will conclude with an auction after the Q&A.
Arundel chairman Bob Marchant told seagulls.co.uk, “The impact on the local community who use the venue most days, affected everyone associated with the club.
“As well as the loss of revenue, the tea hut, changing facilities and playing surface all need repair. We are looking forward to welcoming Albion supporters to our club for a great evening.”
The doors open at 7pm and payment can be made on the door. Any enquiries or requests for tickets for the Q&A evening should be sent via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.