There is one week left for people in Darlington to raise the money needed to save the town's football club. In February a new company was formed called Darlington FC 1883, which hoped to sell £750,000 of shares.
That money would have paid off debts and allowed the club to carry on, but a week before the deadline, they have raised less than half of the money needed.
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