On Tuesday, April 18, the Exeter City Disabled Supporters Association hosted their tenth anniversary event at St James Park, with just over £800 being raised for the Reverse Rett charity.
ECDSA partners Exeter Nissan and Green My Business kindly donated towards a small buffet.
The night was hosted by ECDSA vice-chair Andrew Barge, and began with a presentation of the achievements so far of ECDSA over their ten-years. The association raises funds to improve facilities for those with disabilities visiting St James Park.
This year, ECDSA wanted to give something back, and decided to use their anniversary event to raise awareness of Rett Syndrome, and to help raise vital funds for medical research conducted by Reverse Rett.