Charlie’s Day

Charlie Philpot sadly died after a battle with cancer on XX XX XXXX. His son Rick wanted to do something a little bit special to honour his memory and help raise funds for St Elizabeth’s Hospice. So Charlie’s Day was born. 

A football match featuring friends and ex players took place between Charlie’s beloved West Ham and Ipswich town in front of the biggest crowd ever seen at Delwood Avenue on Sunday September 2nd 2007.

Over 3,000 people saw West Ham XI beat Ipswich Town XI X-X

Speaking with Rick we have decided the time is right to start the planning for CHARLIE’S DAY II. Felixstowe & Walton United have kindly offered the use of the facilities at Delwood Avenue once again. We just need the world to return to some sort of normality and we can get a date in the calendar. 

CHARLIE’S DAY II will be raising money for two fabulous charities. The first is XXXXXX (Biggsie to give JV info) 

The 2nd is Felixstowe’s very own BASIC LIFE. A charity set up in 2000 by Graham Denney which offers support to the community in  Felixstowe and the surrounding areas. 

We need YOUR help. If you can offer support in any way then please send us a message via the CONTACT US form. looking for all kinds of sponsorship to event naming rights, player sponsorship, program sponsorship etc.