Charlton to honour PC Keith Palmer

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Charlton will hold a one-minute silence before their next home game against MK Dons

Charlton have announced plans to pay tribute to season ticket holder PC Keith Palmer, who was killed in the recent Westminster terror attack.

For the home match against MK Dons on 4 April, half of the ticket sales and Charlton’s players’ match fees will be donated to PC Palmer’s family.

Addicks players will also wear a special shirt for the match with his warrant number on.

The club have placed a scarf over PC Palmer’s seat up until the game.

They have also announced they will create a memorial stone at The Valley, which will be located near a statue of their record appearance-holder Sam Bartram.

An online donation page set up to support PC Palmer’s family recently passed £700,000.

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