Ex-football club chairman's charity gesture

Worcester News: FANTASTIC EFFORT: From left, Janet Hannon, Paul Pallett and Ray Hannon with the cheque. FANTASTIC EFFORT: From left, Janet Hannon, Paul Pallett and Ray Hannon with the cheque.

THE former chairman of Malvern Town Football Club has presented a cheque for £4,283 to the Motor Neurone Disease Association.

Paul Pallett, aged 69, of Droitwich, raised the cash by holding a successful sponsored walk. He had the disease diagnosed in July last year.

His son Dan Pallett, a former member of your Worcester News sports desk, said: “Dad decided he wanted to give something back to those who helped him, and to try to help others so he organised the four-mile walk around Droitwich, which began with family and a few friends and snowballed to 100 people.”

Mr Pallett, as well as chairing Malvern Town FC, has helped to manage the first team, reserves and youth team since the late 1990s. He was running the reserves until November when he stepped down.

As well as the money raised from the sponsored walk, a further £400 was donated by a quiz team at the Red Lion, Droitwich, Mr Pallett’s local pub, and Malvern Town raised £700 with a charity match.

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