By Beth Sharp Thursday 31 October 2013 Updated: 31/10 14:37
A CHARITY football match featuring Aston Villa Lions and Legends will see money raised in memory of a Catshill baby who passed away aged just two weeks old.
The event at Bromsgrove's Victoria Ground next Sunday (November 10) at 2pm is in aid of Libby Mae's Little Angels, founded following the tragic death of Libby Mae Sharratt who was born with a serious heart condition.
Libby Mae's Select 11 will be going up against the Villa team, with the crowd also getting the chance to meet the European cup winners, have photos taken and memorabilia signed.
Charlotte Sharratt, Libby Mae's mother and co-founder of the charity, said over £20,000 had been raised since the launch in May.
"We’re overwhelmed at the support we’re receiving.
"Our charity is going from strength to strength."
Following their heart-breaking loss Libby Mae's parents decided to give something back to Birmingham Women’s Hospital and Birmingham Children’s Hospital who took care their baby daughter.
They started off asking for donations instead of flowers at her funeral and due to the generous donations they received they decided to make fund-raising for neo-natal units across the Midlands their primary focus.
Tickets will be £5 for adults and £3 for under 16s.
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