Fans of Fulham Football Club and Midsomer Murders are in for a treat when a special charity event takes place later this month.

A celebrity charity lunch and afternoon raising money for a little known good cause will be held at Craven Cottage on February 25, with actor and Fulham season-ticket holder Neil Dudgeon the special guest of honour.

It has been organised by Debbie Lloyd and will raise money for the ITP Support Association, a little-known charity which supports people with the blood platelet condition Immune Thrombocytopenic Purpura, which can in its worst case be fatal.

Guests can quiz actor Neil Dudgeon on all things Fulham FC and Midsomer Murders

Debbie, who used to live in Lillie Road, Fulham , but now resides near Southampton, said she wanted to raise money for a worthwhile charity which does not benefit from the media spot light.

She said: “I thought it would be nice to do something for a charity that doesn’t usually get a lot of money.

“This was originally my idea, but I have had a lot of help from Fulham Football Club and Neil. He’s very enthusiastic about the event as someone close to him suffers from the condition.”

The special day begins at midday. It will include lunch and a prize draw which fans of Fulham and Midsomer Murders would love to win, including two Craven Cottage tickets in the director’s box, a signed shirt, and various Midsomer collectable paraphenalia.

A Q&A will also be held with Neil, who plays DCI John Barnaby in the ITV drama series, discussing his love of Fulham and some behind-the-scenes Midsomer secrets.

Only 50 tickets are available meaning guests will have plenty of time to spend with the actor during the day.

Tickets to the event, which is being compered by radio presenter ‘Diddy’ David Hamilton, cost £60, with group discounts available.

Debbie added: “Everyone involved is doing so voluntarily. No-one is taking a penny from this. All proceeds will be going to the charity.”

For tickets email or call Debbie on 07803 117180 or 02380 614795.