SIR CLIVE WOODWARD & WILL GREENWOOD
In aid of Borne
Bel & The Dragon Cookham, Wednesday 13 March, 7.15pm arrival for 8pm sit down
Join us for a very special evening with the inimitable 2003 Rugby World Cup Winning Head Coach, Team GB Director of Sport, London 2012 Sir Clive Woodward OBE & England Rugby World Cup winner Will Greenwood MBE, in aid of Borne.
- Wednesday 13 March, 7.15pm arrival for 8pm sit down
- Tickets £100 per person to include nibbles, London Pride, our own label red & white Burgundy and a delicious two-course supper
- £50 from each ticket will go directly to Borne| There will also be a raffle on the evening with all proceeds going to the charity
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 businessmen & athletes.
Borne – led by patron Will Greenwood MBE, which funds translational research into the causes of preterm birth in order to develop diagnostic, treatment and prevention strategies to reduce the rate of prematurity. Read more about Borne here: https://www.borne.org.uk/
Sir Clive Woodward OBE – Sir Clive Woodward is the World Cup winning Head Coach who led England’s rugby players to World Cup glory in Australia in 2003. A former England International and British & Irish Lion himself, during Clive’s tenure as Head Coach England moved from 6th in the world to being the number one ranked team, winning every trophy an England team can win.
In 2006 Clive joined the British Olympic Association. As Team GB’s Director of Sport he worked in close partnership with key stakeholders in British Sport to support the national coaches and athletes at the Beijing & Vancouver Olympics as well as deliver Team GB’s most successful Olympic Games in the modern era at London 2012.
Clive is currently the Founder and Chairman of Hive Learning – an app which has digitised Clive’s coaching methods and is designed to improve the quality of learning in business and sport and is the Director of Sport for the APEX2100 International Ski Academy which aims to become the World’s Leading High-Performance Academy for young, aspiring athletes wanting to achieve their goals in Alpine Skiing.
Will Greenwood MBE, played for Leicester Tigers and Harlequins and was a member of the 2003 World Cup-winning squad. He was made vice-captain under Lawrence Dallaglio for the 2004 Six Nations tournament, reached the 50 cap landmark against Ireland and played in all of England’s Six Nations matches. At the start of the 2004/5 season, Will stood on 30 tries and he won the last of 55 England caps against Australia in 2004.