Jamie’s Fun Day 2022

Hidden Warriors CIC are pleased to have been chosen by Jamie as one of the beneficiaries of his highly anticipated Fun Day taking place May 2022. Hidden Warriors CIC along with SSAFA and Scotty’s Little Soldiers have been chosen as the organisations that will be fundraised for at this event. The Fun Day will be open to everyone with many family themed attractions, and a football match between a Veterans Football Team vs England Supporters Football Team.

Jamie with the support of his Mum, (Mandy Small) are busy making this a top event that will be well attended by the Armed Forces Community. The Official Jamie’s Fun Day T-Shirts can be purchased at the Hidden Warriors CIC online shop with the sales proceeds being split between the three chosen organisations. Everyone involved in making this event a success would be very appreciative if you could attend. If that is not an option, you can still show your support for an incredible young man by getting your Jamie’s Fun Day T-Shirt that is available in three colours.

Event T-Shirt in green (back)

Once more information is available, we will release via our social media platforms and the website. Any questions or if you would like to get involved can be emailed to, info@hiddenwarriors.co.uk and we will then forward to the event organisers.

We look forward to seeing you at Jamie’s Fun Day.

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