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6th September 2017

Benevolent Fund offers fab footie prize to new joiners

As the football season kicks off we’re offering colleagues ‘extra time’ to join the Fund.

All new members joining between 1 September to 31 December will be entered into a prize draw to win a unique footie experience for two.

The Fund has three pairs of VIP tickets offering a full hospitality pack for the BCFC’s vs Middlesbrough game on Tuesday 6 March 2018, worth £175 each.

The prize includes: Champagne reception upon arrival to your suite with seats in the Director’s box. A tour of St Andrew’s Stadium, followed by a delicious four course gourmet meal. Complimentary drinks throughout the day, as well as refreshments at half time. You will have the opportunity to take part in the Man of the Match presentation and one lucky member of the table will lead the teams out onto the pitch. Another lucky winner will receive a framed, signed shirt.

Photographs capturing your special day will be taken by club photographer and given to you as a memento.

For just £2.00 per month the Benevolent Fund offers a range of support and member benefits for WMP officers and police staff. Monthly subscriptions are deducted straight from your salary and so far this year the Fund has given almost £50,000 to support members and their families.

The Benevolent Fund will be attending all WMP2020 Live events in October with more great prizes and give-aways on offer.


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