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PB Palau Solità i Plegamans

This is a time of year when the Barça supporters clubs always do their little bit to help their local communities, with most of their efforts focused on children. Fairs, dinners, competitions and charity events are among the most typical activities they organise.

The Santa Llúcia Fair and different trade fairs are the kind of events supporters clubs use to promote their name among the local populace. The clubs from Gelida, Quarta Lliga, Repartidor and Montgat also joined other local entities in such events, while the club from Llerona joined in with the Catalan tradition of making the Tió ‘poo’ presents and the Avenç club will be helping out with the Kings Day parade.

Sports and solidarity

But there have also been a number of charity events on the agenda, with the supporters clubs all doing their bit to help the underprivileged. For example, the Villabalter club held a Solidarity Week for the fourth time this year.

The Móstoles club was involved in a 7-a-side football competition in aid of the World Food Bank, and the Peñíscola organised a charity football camp. The Bomba Navarro club also did its bit by collecting toys for children, a campaign they called One Gift, One Smile.

Competitions

Two clubs held events to make sure young children made the most of the festive season to express their artistic skills. The Palau Solità i Plegamans club organised its traditional Christmas card competition, for which the winners have already been announced. And the Lleida and Provínce club organised a drawing competition for children.

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