David Bowden and Roger Dakin invite you and your friends to come and enjoy a charitable “evening of magic and comedy” on Monday, 9th October 2023.
This year, the magic will be performed by the hugely respected international star, Michael Vincent, (www.michaelvincentmagic.com), who is a winner of numerous awards. indeed, Michael has earned an enviable reputation as one of the elite magicians and sleight-of-hand artists in the world. he has recently performed at the London palladium to a standing ovation.
He will be joined by the up & coming Ollie b who has entertained us with his slick magical performances at previous events.
Roger (email@example.com) who is one of the UK’s top after-dinner speakers, and Tony Dougall (www.imdb.com/name/nm7114240), a well-known international film actor (“The Lobster” and “The Favourite”), will provide the comedy.
The event will be held in the long room of the Spen Cama pavilion at the 1st Central County Cricket Ground, Eaton Road, Hove, BN3 3AN. It will start at 7pm for 7.30pm. Car parking vouchers can be provided on request.
The tickets are £35 per person, with £20 as a charitable donation and £15 for a light supper. The bar will be open throughout. This is an 18 years+ event.
Please let David know if you can come by completing the attached form, or by contacting him at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 01273 048755.
The event is in aid of the Sussex Cricket Foundation, which changes lives through cricket, by tackling inequalities, improving health & wellbeing and enabling people to fulfil their potential.
DAVID BOWDEN AND ROGER DAKIN INVITE YOU TO COME AND ENJOY A CHARITABLE EVENING OF MAGIC AND COMEDY ON MONDAY, 17th OCTOBER 2022.
BY POPULAR REQUEST, THE MAGIC WILL BE PERFORMED IN TWO SETS BY INTERNATIONAL STAR NICK EINHORN (www.nicholaseinhorn.com), WHO IS A MULTIPLE WINNER OF NUMEROUS MAGICIAN OF THE YEAR AWARDS.
ROGER (email@example.com) WHO IS ONE OF THE UK’s TOP AFTER-DINNER SPEAKERS, AND TONY DOUGALL (www.imdb.com/name/nm7114240), A WELL-KNOWN INTERNATIONAL FILM ACTOR (“THE LOBSTER” and “THE FAVOURITE”), WILL PROVIDE THE COMEDY.
AT THE CONCLUSION OF THE EVENING, DAVID WILL PERFORM HIS “FAMOUS” LEVITATION ACT.
THE EVENT WILL BE HELD IN THE LONG ROOM OF THE SPEN CAMA PAVILION AT THE 1ST CENTRAL COUNTY CRICKET GROUND, EATON ROAD, HOVE, BN3 3AN. IT WILL START AT 7pm FOR 7.30pm.
THE TICKETS ARE £35 PER PERSON, WITH £20 AS A CHARITABLE DONATION AND £15 FOR A LIGHT SUPPER. THE BAR WILL BE OPEN THROUGHOUT.
THIS IS AN 18 YEARS+ EVENT.
PLEASE LET DAVID KNOW IF YOU CAN COME BY COMPLETING THE ATTACHED FORM OR CONTACTING HIM AT firstname.lastname@example.org OR ON 01273 555561.
THE EVENING IS IN AID OF THE SUSSEX CRICKET FOUNDATION, WHICH CHANGES LIVES THROUGH CRICKET, BY TACKLING INEQUALITIES, IMPROVING HEALTH & WELLBEING AND ENABLING PEOPLE TO FULFIL THEIR POTENTIAL.
On Friday 12th August the Sussex Cricket Foundation hosted their annual Workplace B’Ashes, at The 1st Central County Ground, Hove.
The event saw 16 local businesses take to the field to compete in softball cricket matches run by Sussex Cricket Foundation coaches.
The 16 teams were split into 4 groups, all playing 3 matches with the winners of each group progressing to the Semi Finals. Ridgeview, Dotsquares A & B and Inventive Search all progressed to the Semi Finals having won their groups.
Ridgeview defeated Dotsquares ‘B’ before Dotsquares ‘A’ defeated Inventive Search to set up the final.
The final was played in good spirit and was close all the way throughout, but Ridgeview edged it in their debut appearance at the B’Ashes to become the 2022 Champions.
The event raises money to put towards Foundation initiatives, which are aimed to help change lives through the power of cricket.
This year’s event raised more than £1,200, a sum which will be put towards supporting a project with The Royal Alexander Children’s Hospital.
Gary Wallis-Tayler, Community Cricket Director “It was another fantastic Workplace B’Ashes, which has raised money for us to be able to put towards our planned work with The Royal Alexander Children’s Hospital.
“I’d like to thank the 16 teams that have taken part today to support the Foundation and hope everyone returns for our 2023 event. Special mention to Ridgeview on winning the event in their very first B’Ashes appearance!”
A special thank you goes to major club sponsors Dafabet, who kindly donated their ground usage to the Foundation to run this event. Everyone at the Sussex Cricket Foundation is extremely appreciative of the generous gesture.
Teams that took part: Ridgeview, Dotsquares x 2, Love Local Jobs x 2, Blue Spire, Brighton Fire Alarms, Sutton Winson, Webtrends Optimize x 2, Telefonica Tech x 2, Inventive Search, The Martlet Partnership, County Business Club/Warren House Accountants, Simplex.
from £75.00 including VAT
To purchase a table, please select 10 tickets from the table option below.
Guest are welcome to arrive from 12pm and your three-course lunch will be served at 1pm.
The afternoon will include stories from football legend Kevin Keegan, Head and Tails, Charity Aution and Raffle.
All proceeds raised will go to changing lives through cricket by supporting Sussex Cricket Foundation and Matthew Hobden Trust.
Katy Cooper is cycling 1,000km through Spain in aid of the Sussex Cricket Foundation.
Greetings from sunny Salamanca! As you may have gathered, I am a trustee of Sussex Cricket Foundation and I am on a 1,000km, solo, sponsored bike ride from Seville in southern Spain to Santiago de Compostela in the north-west. As I’m now just over half way, I thought I’d send an update.
I’ve been cycling for nine days, with eight more to come. I’m doing about 60km a day, on a mountain bike. Most of the route is either on paths or on the sort of ‘road’ on which, were you driving a car, you would definitely want to take out extra insurance for damage to the underneath of the vehicle. It’s a wonderful part of the world for panoramic landscapes, birdlife and, particularly, history. The route I’m taking - known as the ‘Via de la Plata’ - was originally a Roman road, and then in the Middle Ages became one of the ‘Camino’ (pilgrimage) routes to Santiago de Compostela. There are some amazing churches and walled towns (I’ve already been to two places that were settings for ‘Game of Thrones’), and I’ve been very, very lucky with the weather so far...but north-west Spain is one of the wettest parts of Europe, so this could change... I’m also fortunate to have timed this to coincide with the Cricket World Cup, which gives me something else with which to fill my days once I’ve arrived at my destination (when there’s play, that is!).
The photo is of me outside Salamanca Cathedral - in my SCF T-shirt, of course! - and if you want to read about my daily progress, I’m blogging each evening at https://katycamino.wordpress.com.
It’s a long way to be travelling on my own - and I really appreciate all the support I’ve been shown so far. Thank you so very much to those of you who have already so generously sponsored me. My JustGiving page (which also allows you to add 25% extra through Gift Aid) is at https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/katycamino2019 - and I would be hugely grateful for anything you can give. The Sussex Cricket Foundation does amazing things, and with your support we can do even more!
Thank you so much again - and I’ll send another update when I make it to Santiago!
All the best