Wanderers looking for adult mascot to raise funds for Prostate Cancer UK

Adult supporters are being offered the opportunity to bid to become the Bolton Wanderers mascot when Phil Parkinson’s men take on Lancashire neighbours Preston North End next month in order to raise funds and awareness for Prostate Cancer UK.

The EFL is teaming up with Prostate Cancer UK for another season to fight the most common cancer in men.

This season hundreds of volunteers will be collecting money outside stadiums up and down the country for Prostate Cancer UK.

Wanderers supporters can help raise vital funds by bidding to become an adult match day mascot and lead the team out for the Sky Bet Championship encounter at Macron Stadium on Saturday 3 March.

One in eight men will get prostate cancer, while the odds for black men are just one in four. That means that one man dies every 45 minutes from prostate cancer in the UK; over 11,000 men per year.

Help make a difference by fulfilling your dream to lead your team out on the pitch and raise money to help save lives.

Bidders must be aged 18 or over with the minimum bid being set at £250.

All bids must be emailed to pcuk@bwfc.co.uk with the bidders full contact details.

The deadline for bids is 8pm on Wednesday 21 February. The winning bidder will need to complete payment within 24 hours.

The mascot will receive a full match kit, four match tickets and a full mascot experience. Full details of the match day mascot package can be found here: https://www.bwfc.co.uk/Fans/bwfc-juniors/mascots/

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