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10 February 2017

The charity will be fundraising ahead of Saturday's game.

Brighton & Hove Albion’s charity partner, Extratime, will be running a host of activities in the Fanzone ahead of Saturday’s game, and will be collecting donations in support of their work with local disabled children and young people.

The charity provides over 14,000 places for around 500 children and young people at after-school clubs, holiday schemes, youth and sports across Brighton & Hove and the surrounding area every year.

Half of Extratime’s children and young people have complex needs, physical disabilities and conditions such as autism. Some also have severe, life-limiting medical conditions. All of these children and young people require specialist care and support to enjoy the fun, laughter and excitement that other children take for granted.

The charity provides a short break for parents to give them time to work, spend time with other members of the family or a couple of hours to themselves.  Many parents have described Extratime as a ‘lifeline’ for their families.

But the charity needs the help of Albion fans.  Please support Extratime today by making a donation or buying a raffle ticket at www.extratimebrighton/raffle  - you could be the winner of a framed signed shirt, football or a tour of the Amex Stadium, and help disabled children and their families.

Extratime would like to thank Brighton & Hove Albion, Mick Ashpool at Illustration Plus and Echo Video for all their help and support with Saturday’s activities.

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