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Prostate Cancer UK

17 March 2017

Sunday's home match against Barnet is Notts County's designated Prostate Cancer UK fixture.

The club are looking forward to welcoming the EFL's charity partner to Meadow Lane, who will be raising vital funds to help stop the most common cancer in men being a killer.

Staunch Notts supporters David Akers, Barrie Green and Melvyn Chambers, who have all been affected by the illness, will play the role of 'man-scots' on the day, leading the Magpies out of the tunnel before kick-off.

Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men. One in eight men will get prostate cancer, while the odds for black men are just one in four. Click here to find out more.

Football to Amsterdam bike ride

We are proud supporters of our growing team of cyclists who will be taking part in Prostate Cancer UK and the EFL’s Football to Amsterdam bike ride.

The group of football fans will be riding 145 miles over two days from either London or Barnsley to Amsterdam. They will be joining 500 football fans, staff and legends of the game in the pedal-pilgrimage that takes place on 9-11 June.

Fancy trading your football shirt for the lycra?  It’s not too late to sign up and you can help us climb the F2A league. Places for the ride are running out fast so if you want to represent Notts this June make sure you sign up soon.

Click here to learn more.

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