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They could be heroes

3 January 2013

Support Gibbo's latest HforH venture

Andy 'Gibbo' Gibbs is a man who likes a walk. So much so, in fact, that he and his small band of similarly footsore folk are on the verge of raising £200,000 for Help for Heroes through various ventures which, for the most part, have involved traipsing long distances.
Last year Andy and co. visited The Den as part of a trek around all the London football grounds.
This coming March they will be treking 172 miles from Twickenham to Cardiff with the matchball for the Wales v. England six nations rugby fixture.
Gibbo (HMS Collingwood) and James 'JC' Cameron-Wood (NATO Northwood) are Royal Navy Chief Petty Officers, who along with colleagues Penny Harris, Ricky Rodriguez and Ray Charles, have a weekend off from their fundraising schedule.
So we invited them down to The Den to watch The Lions take on Preston in the FA Cup. And yes, they have asked if they can spend a couple of hours in the car park with their Help for Heroes buckets before the game just in case anyone has any loose change after Christmas.
Given the fact that HforH is a charity close to Millwall hearts we were happy to say 'yes'.

For more info and ways to support Gibbo, JC and the team go to or look for Gibbo's Facebook page and Twitter account.

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