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Adam Chadwick fundraiser supports children’s sport

An event in Armley will raise money to support children’s sport in the name a young dad who was killed seven years ago.

Adam Chadwick was murdered in 2008, aged 20, whilst visiting his sister in Harehills, Leeds. He left a daughter who was just three years old at the time.

Adam was a former Armley Primary School pupil and played in various tournaments for Armley Juniors.

In his teens, while attending Wortley High School, his interest in sport grew. He joined the school football and rugby teams and also played for Wortley Boys Football Club, Milford Rugby League Club in Kirkstall and West Leeds Rugby Union Football Club in Wortley.

He represented his city by playing for Leeds City Boys Football and Leeds and District rugby league.

Adam’s family and friends decided to establish Adam Chadwick Fund for Sport in his memory to provide a variety of sporting activities for young people across Leeds.

A fundraising event will be held on Saturday, 28 November, at Armley Conservative Club, 7pm to 12pm. Entrance is £3 each, under tens free and a club members’ donation is appreciated.

The event includes a mega raffle, entry prize draw, win money on football cards a live band and a buffet.

All welcome to attend.

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