By Tim Hodges
Brighton mum Amanda Woodhouse was honoured when Albion chairman Tony Bloom arranged a signed shirt for her charity Amanda’s Angels, after the pair met at the Argus Achievement awards.
However Amanda is now delighted the shirt has now been sold via an internet auction site.
Amanda was pleased to be able to present the shirt personally to Richard Nutbean, the winning bidder.
Richard explained it was his daughter Emily who alerted him to the item, and the charity itself.
Emily can be seen proudly wearing the shirt signed by the entire Albion squad in our picture, flanked by Richard and Amanda herself.
Emily is hoping to wear the shirt to the Amex tomorrow for the visit of Barnsley, weather permitting of course.
Amanda told me she has now raised around £13200 for her charity in just over a year, and further donations from similar charities taking the figure to over £20,000. This all to help with research into brain cancer.
Amanda was extremely grateful to the entire Nutbean family for purchasing the shirt.
Amanda also wished to thank, Tony Bloom, Tony Dicker, Darren McKay (North Stand Chat) and Frank Le Duc.http://myprojects.cancerresearchuk.org/fundraise/fundraising-pages/amandas-angels/?fblike