Football legends to appear in aid of Welwyn Garden City hospice
PUBLISHED: 15:55 03 March 2019
Two footballing legends will host a reception and will be in conversation for an exclusive event in aid of a Welwyn Garden City Hospice.
There’s a rare opportunity to meet goalkeeping legend Pat Jennings and Spurs FA Cup winner Micky Hazard at the charity event at Tewin Bury Farm.
It’s a rare opportunity to meet the football legends and to hear the stories behind their part in making the beautiful game that bit more beautiful - and the proceeds will benefit Isabel Hospice.
Organiser Barbara Doherty MBE said: “Pat Jennings had a truly illustrious football career playing for Northern Ireland 119 times and spent 13 years at White Hart Lane where he played 472 league games for Spurs.
“He transferred to arch rivals Arsenal where he played for eight years before retiring in 1985.”
“Micky Hazard made over 100 appearance for Tottenham Hotspur and was part of the winning team in the 1982 FA Cup.
“We are delighted to have them join us and raise money for Isabel Hospice.
“They will be talking candidly about their careers and the game today.
“There will be the chance to ask questions and bid on some fantastic football memorabilia.”
Tickets for the event on March 29 at 7.30pm will cost £65 each and include drinks at a reception, a two course dinner and table wine.
For more details, contact Suzanne Coleman on 01438 798869 or Barbara Doherty on 01279 842140.
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