Help Say 'Balls To Poverty'
On March 2, Forest defender Julian Bennett will be heading to South Africa with 35 students from South Nottingham College, in Support of the 'Balls To Poverty' Campaign. Over 3,000 footballs will be given to children living in the townships, as well as providing expert coaching in the more deprived areas of the country.
The Forest team, which includes Julian Bennett, David Johnson and Steve Sutton will be testing their sporting knowledge against cricketer Mark Wagh, Rugby Captain Craig Hammond and Notts County defender Michael Johnson, in an event called 'A Question of Nottingham Sport.'
The event is at The Approach bar, on Friar Lane. Tickets are just £10 and can also be purchased from the NFFC ticket office.
All proceeds raised, will go to the Balls to Poverty campaign.