Widnes Wild and Riverside Raiders will be staging a charity ice hockey match at the Silver Blades Ice Rink in Widnes (WA8 0TA) on Sunday 27th December 2015 in aid of the Ronald McDonald Houses.
The game will be the first in what will become an annual challenge for the “Antony Morris Memorial Cup” which has been donated in memory of the Widnes player who died recently after an accident. (Read more HERE)
The game faces off at 5.30pm the day after Boxing Day with doors opening at 4.45. Admission is £6 for adults and £3 for children.
If you haven’t been to an ice hockey match before, this would be a great opportunity to give it a try!
The Ronald McDonald Houses provide free accommodation for families while their child is in hospital and enable parents to stay as close as possible to the children's ward, greatly reducing the need to travel and all of its associated stresses and costs at such a difficult time.
You can find out more about the Ronald McDonald Houses charity here: www.rmhc.org.uk