World Cup heroes help raise £75,000 for Foundation’s appeal
0 Have your say Two of England’s World Cup winning heroes have helped raise thousands of pounds for charity.
Sir Geoff Hurst and Gordon Banks were guests of honour at a charity dinner celebrating the 50th anniversary of England’s historic win over Germany at Wembley.
And the event – held at the Baltic Centre for contemporary Arts in Gateshead and hosted by Sky Sports News presenter Pete Graves – raised £75,000 for The Percy Hedley Foundation’s Building Brighter Futures Appeal.
More than 200 guests listened to Banks and Hurst recall tales and anecdotes from England’s famous win, in which... read more
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