Keith Hore Obituary, Death – Everyone at Bromley Football Club would like to express their deepest condolences to the family and friends of Keith Hore, who sadly passed away on Saturday afternoon after becoming ill during our game against Yeovil Town. We would like to offer our sincerest condolences to Keith’s family and friends. The demise of Keith Hore has left everyone at the Bromley Football Club in a state of profound disbelief. On the sad occasion of Keith Hore’s untimely demise, we would like to express our most sincere condolences to his family and friends.
Both the Bromley Ravens and the Gillingham Gills, the team that played in Keith’s hometown of Gillingham, were teams that he supported as a fan. As a season ticket holder, he did not miss any of Bromley’s home games and was a regular spectator.
Following the delivery of our condolences and a direct conversation with Keith’s next of kin, the club is able to confirm that there will be a minute of silence held prior to the kick-off of Saturday’s match against Wealdstone, with both sets of players wearing black armbands during the match. The club is also able to confirm that there will be a minute of silence held prior to the kick-off of the match against Wealdstone. In addition, the club will be able to confirm that there will be a minute of silence observed prior to the game against Wealdstone’s opening kickoff.
In addition, the club has arranged for a book of condolences to be made available in the club shop beginning on Wednesday. This book will be available for anyone who wishes to leave their condolences. These books will be available to anyone who may like to offer their condolences when the time comes. This book will be available in the form of a copy at all times. Those individuals who are unable to make it to the stadium due to physical limitations will have an alternative that can be accessed online made available to them.
It is important that you are aware that the Bromley FC Community Sports Trust has formed a partnership with Bromley, Lewisham, and Greenwich MIND, and that later on this week they will be running drop-in sessions at Hayes Lane with expert mental health advisors. It is also important that you are aware that the Bromley FC Community Sports Trust has formed a partnership with Bromley, Lewisham, and Greenwich MIND. If you are a supporter who may have been affected in some way by the events that took place on Saturday, it is very important that you are aware of this partnership. These events took place on Saturday. Anyone who is interested will have the opportunity to obtain additional information and specifics on the procedure that must be followed in order to be eligible for this assistance on Tuesday.