BMF supports Carbon Monoxide football tournament

The Builders Merchants Federation -supported Carbon Monoxide Alarm Awareness Week gets an early boost on Saturday August 2 with a five-a-side football tournament designed to raise awareness of the campaign
The BMF are leading the way in the Carbon Monoxide week campaign which starts on October 6 and the football tournament more or less kicks off the whole campaign which will be running for a number of months.

The tournament is being held at Soccer City in Huddersfield and entries are being invited. It is being held on behalf of

the Dominic Rodgers Trust, a charity which campaigns to raise awareness of the dangers of carbon monoxide poisoning. The timings are 12:30 to 5 p.m. with the winners getting free entry to the “Strike it Lucky” Dinner at the Grosvenor Casino.

Top prize is £1,000, second prize is £200 and there’s even a Golden Boot award which will get the winner £100.

Tickets for the “Strike it Lucky” dinner black tie event are £30.

Details of the tournament and the dinner are available from Tel: 07949 817185.

About Fiona Russell-Horne

Group Managing Editor across the BMJ portfolio.

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