Advent helps sport and charity work together

Advent is working with Wasps and Marie Curie to transform the Ricoh Arena into a yellow wonderland in an attempt to raise awareness and valuable funds for people living with terminal or life-limiting illness and their families.

The Aviva Premiership Rugby club has dedicated its match against Northampton Saints at the Ricoh Arena on Sunday, April 3 (kick-off 3pm) to Marie Curie by hosting a range of fundraising activities designed to make a lasting difference to the charity, which provides care and support to people across the UK.

We secured extensive press coverage throughout the region including ITV Central, BBC Midlands Today, Touch FM, Free Radio and BBC Coventry and Warwickshire as well as newspapers across Coventry and Warwickshire.

Pictured – David Armstrong (Wasps), Annie Somers and Bindy Poonia (Marie Curie) and Nathan Hughes (Wasps)


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