Batley Bulldogs raise £30,000 for breast cancer charity thanks to pink weekends
0 Have your say Batley Bulldogs have confirmed over £30,000 has been raised from their annual Pink Weekends.
The events, which have been staged in August for the past three years, are held to raise money for Breast Cancer Charity.
Club chairman Kevin Nicholas hailed the achievements of the club’s supporters.
“This is a fantastic achievement by the fans,” said Kevin.
“Compared to some clubs we have a small fanbase but they have certainly dug deep to raise this amount of money.
“We thank everyone that has donated money over the last three years.”
The idea of the Pink weekend came after... read more
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