Will Montgomery (left) and Toby Salmon at Blyth Police station

Falcons donate tickets for cancer charity

Saturday 7 December 2019

Newcastle Falcons players Will Montgomery and Toby Salmon visited Northumbria Police's station in Blyth to hand over 30 free tickets to support retired PC Claire Bradbury in her mission to raise funds after being diagnosed with breast cancer.

Claire, who turned 50 this year, worked at Blyth as part of the Neighbourhood Policing Team for 10 years before retiring, and has set up a Just Giving page to support the charity Breast Cancer Now.

To watch a video of the players' visit, please click here.

To donate or share Claire’s story please click here.

Newcastle Falcons are offering discounted tickets to all current and former members of the armed forces, emergency services and NHS for their home game against Jersey Reds on Saturday December 14.

The Championship Cup clash is a 2pm kick-off, with the club once again extending its thanks to those who provide such valuable service to our country.

Tickets for the game start from only £8 for past and present serving members (usual RRP £12) and can be purchased from the Kingston Park ticket office in advance of match day upon production of the relevant staff ID. Online ticket sales links have also been made available to representatives from each service, and will be distributed internally.

Services included in the offer are listed below, with questions regarding the offer being directed to katy.mcgurk@newcastle-falcons.co.uk .

Royal Navy.

British Army.

Royal Air Force.

NHS.

Northumbria Police.

Durham Constabulary.

Cleveland Police.

Durham Fire and Rescue.

Tyne and Wear Fire and Rescue.

North East Ambulance Service.

HM Coastguard.

Royal National Lifeboat Institution.

Anyone with a Blue Light card.

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