A cricket lunch will take place at Canford School in Wimborne on Friday 17 February with legends Phil Tufnell and Shaun Udal, raising funds for Diverse Abilities, the only charity that supports children and adults living with disabilities in Dorset.
It is the first cricket lunch of its kind, organised by the local disability charity, and is set to be a fantastic day of great entertainment, food, networking opportunities and guest celebrity appearances from Tuffers and Shaggy.
As well as hearing from two cricketing celebrities, guests will receive a glass of prosecco on arrival before tucking into a three-course lunch prepared by Glen Elie – head chef at Canford School, have the chance to play table games, take part in an auction and raffle and enjoy entertainment from Matt Black – aka Pianoman.
Ashley Weedon, events manager at Diverse Abilities, said:“We are very excited about this brand-new event taking place in February 2017, which follows on from our successful rugby lunches that have been a great triumph over the last few years.
“We hope many local cricketing fans come along to our first event, which is raising funds to further support children and adults living with disabilities in Dorset. We anticipate this event selling out very quickly, so book early to avoid disappointment.”
Tickets for the Diverse Abilities cricket lunch are £70 per person and £650 for a table of ten. Please visit ourwebsite
or call 01202 718266 to book your place.