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KEVIN PIETERSEN

Bel & The Dragon Cookham, Wednesday 12 February, 7.15pm arrival for 8pm sit down

Join us for a very special evening with the inimitable England Cricket legend Kevin Pietersen MBE & English sports presenter and commentator Jim Rosenthal.

  • Wednesday 12 February, 7.15pm arrival for 8pm sit down
  • Tickets £120 per person to include nibbles, wine and a delicious two-course supper
  • £60 from each ticket will go to Care For Wild* and Cookham Dean Cricket Club | There will also be a raffle on the evening

To make a booking please call 01628 521263 or email [email protected]

This captivating interview & intimate exchange between friends, along with a chance to put forward questions in a Q&A, promises to give a unique insight into two fascinating sports personalities & businessmen.

*Care For Wild is the worlds largest orphan rhino sanctuary, dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation and release of rhinos orphaned by poaching. Care for Wild Rhino Sanctuary works directly with local communities in creating sustainable solutions that provide training, educational opportunities and ultimately jobs. This leads to members of the community developing livelihoods and securing promising futures for their communities through conservation. Read more about Care For Wild here: https://www.careforwild.co.za/

Kevin Pietersen MBE announced himself to the world in the famous 2005 Ashes series where he thrilled an adoring crowd throughout the summer. Described as “the most complete batsman in cricket”, Pietersen has arguably shaped the way the game is played today. Throughout his career, Pietersen made the headlines regularly with incredible match-winning performances and has been central to some of the biggest stories surrounding England Cricket over the last 15 years.

Jim Rosenthal is an English sports presenter and commentator with a long broadcasting career, presenting coverage of many sports including football, rugby, boxing and athletics. He has covered eight FIFA World Cups, three Rugby World Cups, two Olympic Games and 150 Formula One races.

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