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COMPETITON TIME: Like our Facebook page and share this post to be in with a chance of winning a pair of CELEBRITY footie tickets.

On Friday 19 May a host of famous faces will descend on Swindon’s County Ground to take part in a Celebrity Football Match to raising money for Global’s Make Some Noise charity.

Among the famous faces taking part will be the son of football legend George Best and reality TV star Calum Best. He will be joined by footballer and celebrity Big Brother contestant Jamie O’Hara, actor Jake Wood (who plays Max Branning in EastEnders) Towie’s Daniel Osborne and Stevie Richie, singer and reality TV star known for his appearances on the X Factor and Celebrity Big Brother.

To be in with a chance of winning a pair of tickets, simply like our Facebook page and share this post.

The competition closes at midday on Friday and we will announce the winner that afternoon - Good Luck!

The event takes place on Friday May 19 at the County Ground, Swindon. Gates open 6.30pm, Kick Off: 7.30pm.

Make Some Noise is the official charity of Global, the media and entertainment group. The national charity aims to support small but brilliant causes, across the UK, which help youngsters and their families living with illness, disability or lack of opportunity.

In our area, the charity supports Wiltshire Sight - a charity for people living with sight loss, helping them live active lives and achieve their full potential.

Sight loss can have devastating consequences. It can cause loneliness, low self-esteem, affect relationships and impact negatively on job prospects. More than 350 children and young people in Wiltshire, Swindon and Bath have significant sight loss, and risk major disadvantages within the education system.

Wiltshire Sight aims to improve wellbeing in helping those with sight loss achieve social inclusion, economic security and independent living. The charity runs local Peer Support events, introduces those affected by sight loss to new technology designed to make their lives easier, and advises local care homes on how to look after people with sight loss.