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Gillingham teamed up with main club sponsors KRBS.COM (Kent Reliance Building Society) for a night at the very haunted tunnels of Fort Amherst in Chatham, Kent.
However they did this to help raise the profile of a young lad from Gillingham, Keiran who is just 13 and, when he was just three months old, was diagnosed as being blind with a rare condition called Septo Optic Dysplasia. Recently his parents have discovered a company in China which has been working on a therapy using Stem Cells which can help repair his optic nerves. However they need to raise £35,000 to go over and have the operation. For more details visit www.help-keiran-to-see.com.
Gills captain Becky Lyon, striker Kirsty Goodall and Emma Andrews (wife of Director Of Football Martin Andrews) entered the tunnels with Linda O'Mallan of KRBS, her son Ryan and Keiran's nan Linda.
The team entered the Tunnels at 9.30pm and were not let out until 1am. All they took with them were torches which, when switched off, left them in complete darkness.
So was it haunted? The girls heard several screams and unexplainable noises and took a photo which looked as though it contained Orbs...
Gillingham Ladies are fully backing this fantastic campaign and they wish, by this article, to invite either Arsenal or Chelsea, the two teams which have a very strong fan base in the Medway towns, to send a team down to Gillingham's home ground at Lordswood FC for a charity match. Should either team's representatives read any of these articles and are in a postion to send a team down, please contact the club direct.
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