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Cricket’s Lashings All Stars to take part in charity family fun day and celebrity match

PUBLISHED: 10:41 20 July 2017 | UPDATED: 10:41 20 July 2017

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They’ll gradually be releasing celebrity names of those taking part via Twitter

Cricket’s Lashing’s All Stars will be supporting one of their sponsors, Jewson, with a charity family fun day, and celebrity cricket match in Tonbridge.

The event, at Horsmonden Cricket Club, has been organised to raise as much as possible for two charities, Barnardo’s children charity, and The Aspinall Foundation.

The Lashings All Stars, best known as the Harlem Globetrotters of cricket, will be playing an exhibition cricket match against a celebrity side representing Jewson.

The celebrity line-up will be gradually released through twitter account: @lashingscelebfc

Following the match, there will be music from X Factor stars, which will be headlined by 2013 winner Sam Bailey.

After winning the show Sam went on the secure the Christmas number one spot in the same year, and has since sold-out venues.

The event takes place on July 30.

Ground admission for the day is £5 for adults and £3 for children.

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