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Arsenal legend Bob Wilson gives after dinner speech at Christchurch fundraiser

PUBLISHED: 15:39 17 December 2014 | UPDATED: 15:39 17 December 2014

Adam Elcock, Megs and Bob Wilson and Robert Nabney

Adam Elcock, Megs and Bob Wilson and Robert Nabney

Hattie Miles 07907 645897

Christchurch-based building firm Elcock Associates raised more than £6,000 for charities Scotty’s Little Soldiers and the Willow Foundation at a prestigious fundraising event at the Captain’s Club Hotel.

Adam Elcock with Chris and Karen DelloAdam Elcock with Chris and Karen Dello

The after dinner speech was given by former goalkeeper and veteran broadcaster Bob Wilson who founded the Willow Foundation with his wife Megs in memory of their daughter Anna who died of cancer. The event included a ‘money can’t buy’ auction with signed memorabilia, artwork and holidays.

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Robert Nabney with Paul and Helen WoodsRobert Nabney with Paul and Helen Woods

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