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Highland cancer centre gifted Ross County FC season tickets ahead of Premiership campaign


By Hector MacKenzie


Andrew Ross (left), communications manager at Ross County FC with Andrew Benjamin, centre fundraising manager at Maggie's, holding the season tickets. Picture: Gair Fraser. Image No. 044091
Andrew Ross (left), communications manager at Ross County FC with Andrew Benjamin, centre fundraising manager at Maggie's, holding the season tickets. Picture: Gair Fraser. Image No. 044091

USERS of an acclaimed Highland centre offering care and support for people living with cancer and their families have been gifted a pass to watch the region's only top-flight team in action next season.

Ross County Football Club has gifted the Maggie's Highlands centre six complimentary season tickets as part of a relationship between the two groups which has strengthened down the years.

Andrew Benjamin, fundraising manager at Maggie’s Highlands, was on hand to accept the gift from the Dingwall-based club's communications manager, Andrew Ross, last week.

The tickets will be available for centre users to enjoy during the 2019/20 Premiership campaign. Ross County secured a return to the top flight by winning the Championship in emphatic style this year.

This is the fourth year that the club has donated tickets to Maggie’s Highlands. The centre provides free vital support and advice to people living with cancer and their families.

Based at Raigmore Hospital, the centre services the whole Highland region and Western Isles, and is supported by donations and a series of fundraising events.

Next up is Run the Runway, where participants get the chance to walk or run a 5k on the runway at Inverness Airport after dark.



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