Team Fury host charity dinner for children's hospitals

Team Fury

Team Fury will host a charity evening at De Vere Whites Hotel in Bolton on Thursday 10 October, with all proceeds donated to Christie’s Children’s Hospital and the special care baby unit at Sheffield’s Northern General Hospital.

Both institutions hold a special place in the heart of the Fury family after Prince, the son of heavyweight star Tyson Fury, spent three weeks in the intensive care unit last year following a bout of pneumonia and bronchiolitis which saw him enter a coma during his lowest ebb.

The two-year-old is now back fighting fit, and the upcoming event will see guests enjoy a lavish five course meal, a host of entertainment including comedians, singer Wayne Devlin and a Q&A with Tyson, Hughie and Peter Fury.

Tickets for the event are priced at £100 each or a table of ten for £1000. Contact Asif Vali via email on or call 01204 528898.


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