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Dons join forces with KidsOut

26 March 2013

MK Dons have teamed up with Leighton Buzzard based charity KidsOut as part of the Leighton-Linslade Big Day which takes place on Easter Monday April 1st at our fixture with Brentford.

KidsOut is a small charity founded in 1999 and aims to give disadvantaged and disabled children fun, positive activities and experiences that contribute to their development, wellbeing and outlook for a happier future. KidsOut help thousands of children who may be disabled, have a life-limiting illness, have special educational needs or have escaped domestic violence. 

KidsOut aims to not only provide these children with a one off experience, but to provide services that are sustainable. The services that KidsOut currently provide are an annual day out for over 25,000 disadvantaged children, a toybox service for children relocated due to domestic violence, a multimedia outreach project for young people, a sensory play project, a World Stories campaign translating popular English stories into over 21 languages alongside fun days out for disadvantaged children. 

The Leighton Buzzard charity will be the chosen charity on April 1st as they bucket shake outside the ground pre-match so do dig deep for them.

There are special ticket deals available for residents and businesses from Leighton Buzzard and Linslade for the fixture with Brentford with a wealth of activity set to take place in the towns throughout March. The match will also see local entertainers perform at the impressive stadiummk with eight pages of the match programme dedicated to promoting Leighton Buzzard and Linslade.

from The Black Horse Pub with a return fare of just £5.mkstadium Box Office and special subsidized coach has been organised to run direct to mkstadiumThe match between MK Dons and Brentford will entitle anyone with an LU7 postcode to purchase discounted tickets at the special price of £10 for an adult ticket and £3 for under 18s. Organised groups of 20 or more can purchase tickets at just £5 adults and £1 under 18s. Tickets for the game are now on sale at the

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