The Six Nations will return this weekend which means that two of Brecon’s most renowned fundraisers will be back on the street to sell raffle tickets for charity.

Husband and wife team Lorna and Butch Keylock have been raffling rugby jerseys ahead of every Wales game in the Six Nations Championship for more than 20 years to support Cancer Research Wales.

Selling tickets from their iconic TARDIS kiosk, the dedicated couple raise thousands of pounds every year.

The Brecon and Sennybridge committee of Cancer Research Wales have a new team of rugby players. Six volunteers were on hand last week to model the jerseys on offer during this year’s championships.

This year, thanks to a sponsor, there is not only a shirt up for grabs for each match week winner, but also a runner-up prize of a training shirt for each game.

The TARDIS will be outside Brecon’s Guildhall ahead of this weekend’s Welsh opener against Scotland. Come down into town and see Lorna and Butch this Friday and Saturday between 10am and 2pm.

Lorna and Butch would like to offer special thanks to all of the sponsors and supporters past and present for their wonderful support for this worthy cause.

Butch said: “Remember if you’re not in it, you can’t win it!

“Good luck, keep safe and you can’t get into town for tickets, ring me on 07866910278. After all, we’re all playing in this game to beat cancer.”