12:58PM, Saturday 23 February 2013
A fancy dress volleyball match will be hoping to add to the money already raised for the Advertiser's Cracker Appeal.
The charity event will take place at the Magnet Leisure Centre in Maidenhead on Sunday, March 3.
Players are required to take part in the match which will feature a number of games taking place throughout the afternoon.
Members of the Maidenhead Volleyball Club will also be on hand to offer a few pointers.
Deputy manager at the Holmanleaze fitness centre, Ian Gauldie, said: "We just want people to come down and we'll just have a bit of a laugh."
The Cracker Appeal raises money for day trips for community groups and organisations across the town.
It has already managed to raise £10,000 through a variety of fundraising events including a fitness challenge and a five-a-side football tournament.
Play will begin at 1pm with a minimum donation of £5 required to take part.
Players must be over 16.
Contact 01628 685330.
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