Memorial football match for tragic teen Arran Tosh

Arran Tosh with sister Abbie.

Arran Tosh with sister Abbie.

First published in News

A memorial football match will be played for a Hedingham School boy who died from a brain tumour in June.

Arran Tosh, 13, had been raising money for a cancer charity unaware he had a tumour which killed him just five days after it was diagnosed.

Youth teams from Hedingham United and Halstead United will play a game in the teenager’s memory and later take part in a sponsored head shaving.

There will be a bar, a barbecue, a bouncy castle and live music.

Gates will open at 11am on Saturday, July 19 at Lawn Meadow, Sible Hedingham.

Money raised from donations at the event will go to the Smile of Arran Trust.

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