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K-Star Wrestling in aid of NTUK

23 September 2019

K-Star Wrestling in aid of NTUK

Thank you so much to Carl Brooks and his K-Star Wrestlers for putting on such an exciting and wonderful event in memory of Carl's incredibly brave sister, Tanya Brooks, who sadly passed away in 2014 as a result of her NF2.

The event took place at the OLD OSCOT WMC Birmingham and was thoroughly enjoyed by the many who turned up to support Carl and his K-Stars. It is certainly one of the more unique fundraisers we have ever had in aid of Nerve Tumours UK and we are so glad to see it was such a success 😊

The fundraiser was set up in memory of Carl's sister Tanya

Thanks again Carl 😊 

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