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Darts champ Darren Webster to feature at tournament for cancer charity

PUBLISHED: 12:42 30 October 2018 | UPDATED: 13:16 30 October 2018

Darren Webster will be a special guest at the charity fundraiser. Picture: LAWRENCE LUSTIG

Darren Webster will be a special guest at the charity fundraiser. Picture: LAWRENCE LUSTIG

LAWRENCE LUSTIG

Darts will fly through the air at a tournament being organised to raise money for a charity that supports people who have lived through a rare form of cancer.

The darts night will take place at Trunch Social Club on Friday, November 2, and will feature an appearance by Norwich-based champion Darren Webster.

Graham Claydon is organising the night after surviving having cancer himself.

Mr Claydon was diagnosed with Pseudomyxoma peritonei (PMP), a rare form of cancer that usually starts in the appendix, in 2016 but has since had the all-clear.

He said: “There will be a darts tournament on the night. The cost to enter is £5, and that includes a free burger.”

Mr Claydon said the charity Pseudomyxoma Survivor had helped him throughout his ordeal and he wanted to have the darts night as a way of thanking them for everything that they had done.


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