Bolton Wanderers' Remembrance Group (BWRG) honoured its founder at its annual family fun day.

This year the event was held in memory of Allan Mather, who died in March aged 62.

The fund day was held at the Skuna Stadium, home of Atherton Colliers.

Allan, known as Al, was a huge fan of Bolton Wanderers and what the team represents.

The fun day included an 11-a-side match, which included Wanderers legends, including Stelios Giannakopolous, Nicky Hunt, Neil Fisher, Hasney Aljofree and Gary Henshaw.

The match ended 6-3, with BWRG coming out on top against a Moss Bank XI.

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Other attractions included a tombola, raffle, auctions, stalls, fair games, a live DJ, live music, live dance classes and a hot food stall and more.

The day raisedt £4, 500, which will help the group to continue its work.

It was organised by presidents Kelby Makin and Steve Hague, with the support of admin David Southern.

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Bolton Wanderers Remembrance Group is a non-profit organisation ran by fans for fans.

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Their services include a drop-in centre, bereavement support, merchandise, interviews, memorabilia and ex-players.

They are partnered with local charities, who they regularly donate to, including Bolton Hospice, Whysup, Pheniks and the Bolton Wanderers Community Trust.