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Grantham Town raise nearly £2,500 to support through coronavirus pandemic




Grantham Town have raised nearly £2,500 to support their finances.

The Gingerbreads rely on gate receipts and matchday income to continue running the club. However, due to the coronavirus pandemic, they have not had a fixure for nearly a month, with their last game being a Tuesday night trip to Whitby.

Town have not hosted a match since February 29, when they beat Stalybridge Celtic 2-0. Therefore, following the announcement on March 26 that the Northern Premier League will be expunged, the club took action to secure additional funds to cover running costs.


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