Ferguson visits Lily Centre

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ToffeeWeb's Paul Traill was at the Lily Centre on Silvester Street, one of the beneficiaries of the proceeds from Duncan Ferguson's testimonial, to interview the Big Man ahead of Sunday's match against Villarreal.

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Duncan paid a visit to the Lily Centre which provides support for local people battling breast cancer, to meet with some of the women and men who rely on the charity.

The centre is run by women who have themselves experienced breast cancer and now give their time voluntarily to provide a pleasant environment for other people battling the disease to meet and gain emotional and physical support.

The Lily Centre is open every Monday and Wednesday between 10am and 4pm and offers local people dealing with breast cancer the opportunity to talk though their experiences and access a host of activities and key services, including lymphatic drainage, beauty therapy, homeopathy, counselling, hairdressing, a gym and keep fit classes and lots of fun, social events.

Duncan, who is a patron of the Lily Centre, said: Charities like the Lily Centre are so important for people who are dealing with breast cancer and have helped so many people in their hour of need.

I am honoured to be a patron of the Lily Centre and hope the proceeds from the testimonial can enable them to help even more local people in their fight against breast cancer.

Proceeds from Duncan Fergusons Testimonial will be donated to the Lily Centre with the Clubs official charity, Everton in the Community, and the Variety Club also benefiting from the fixture.

Tickets are still available for the game on Sunday, August 2 at Goodison Park against Villarreal, which kicks-off at 3pm.

Tickets are priced at 20 for adults and 10 for under-16s and over 65s. Supporters can purchase tickets by visiting evertonfc.com/eticketing, calling 0151 556 1878 (option 1) or in person by visiting the Park End box office or the city centre ticket facilities in Everton Two, Liverpool One or TicketQuarter, located in Queen Square.

The Club would like to urge fans to buy in advance of the fixture to avoid delays on the day of the game. Fans unable to visit any of the ticket outlets in person before the fixture will receive tickets via the post if ordered before 3pm on Thursday, July 30, alternatively, the Clubs print at home service will be switched at the same time.

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