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Sports stars coming to Douai Park in Woolhampton for charity cricket match

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Bucklebury Cricket Club will take on a team of retired sports stars on August 8 in a one-off match to raise money for charity.

Former England cricket stars David Gower, Mike Gatting, Chris Adams and Andy Caddick will be at the match at Douai Park in Woolhampton at 2pm.

They will be joined by ex-England rugby star Rob Andrew and ex-England and Arsenal goalkeeper David Seaman, as well as actor Gordon Kennedy and Sky Sports presenter Jon Desborough.

Douai Pavilion.
Douai Pavilion.

The match, hosted by Bucklebury resident Chris Tarrant, is being sponsored by the West Berkshire Brewery and Black Cygnet Properties.

It is raising money for the Lord's Taverners, a leading cricket and sports disability charity.

All attendees are to be charged an entrance fee of £2, with under-16s going free.

Car parking is available at Douai Park for £5 per vehicle, and gates open at 2pm.

A bar will be serving visitors snacks and refreshments - including alcoholic drinks - from 1pm, and visitors should not bring alcoholic beverages onto the premises with them.

For more information, email katie@birchassociates.co.uk, or call John Allen on 07768 90454.

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