Get down to Vale Park to see the legends and support a good cause
Vale take on Stoke City for the first time for a good number of years here at Vale Park on Sunday afternoon in a game arranged by former Vale favourite Tony Naylor.
All profits from the game will go to the Alzheimer’s Society, so not only will you have an enjoyable afternoon watching your favourites, you will also be helping a well-deserving charity.
The game will be refereed by Premier League referee Phil Dowd from Biddulph and there are a large number of celebrities expected to attend the game.
On the pitch there will be former favourites from both sides of the city, with Mark Grew, Paul Musselwhite, Ian Bogey, Jon McCarthy, Neil Aspin and Steve Guppy amongst those representing the Vale in what promised to be a competitive affair.
Wearing the red & white stripes of Stoke will be Micky Thomas, Mike Pejic, Wayne ’Bertie’ Biggins, Ade Akinbayi and Martin Caruthers, as well as other well-known former Potters players.
Manor PC’s and ICL are the event sponsors, and Match Sponsors are Quality Care (Staffordshire) Ltd. and the Match Sponsors are Staffs Precision Engineering.
Quality Care (Staffordshire) Ltd. are a domiciliary care company based in Burslem and supply care throughout North Staffordshire & South Cheshire.
They are a family company started in August 2011, and they currently employ 67 staff and deliver 1400hrs of care per week.
They work for, Staffordshire County Council, Cheshire East, and North Staff & SOT CCG's as well as private client.
All staff are trained in house in our fully equipped training school. They also offer QCF qualifications via external trainers and they are always looking for professional carers but are willing to fully train suitable candidates.
.www.qcsltd.co.ukShould you wish any information either regarding care or employment please do not hesitate to contact us on 01782 816037 or visit their website
Lorne Street and Hamil Road will be open for supporters and admission (purchase tickets from the Ticket Office before the match) is Adults: £10 and Concessions £5. There will be a £2 Car Park charge.
The Club Shop and Ticket Office will both be open between 12 noon and 3.00pm.