News: Where Cricket Meets St David’s Day

Posted on 25th November 2015

Where Cricket Meets… St David’s Day
The next ‘Where Cricket Meets…’ is an occasion not to be missed. The afternoon will include after lunch entertainment from special guest Robert Jones, former Welsh and England & Wales Lions International. The charity event will also include a performance from The Brighton Welsh Male Voice Choir.

Come and join us in The Focus Group Boundary Rooms at The BrightonandHoveJobs.com County Ground on Friday 26th February and enjoy:

– A three course lunch

– Guest Speaker – Robert Jones

– Performance from The Brighton Welsh Male Voice Choir

– MC to be former Sussex player Tony Cottey

– A Charity auction

Tickets are just £50 per person or £450 inc VAT for a table of ten. Click here to secure your tickets today or contact Lisa Hogan on 01273 894243 or e-mail Lisa.Hogan@sussexcricket.co.uk

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