Monday 23rd April 2012
Rugby fans can enjoy an evening with England's new head coach to raise funds for disadvantaged young people.
Stuart Lancaster will be attending a charity dinner in aid of Wooden Spoon, which helps disadvantaged young people to live happier, healthier lives.
Penrith-born Lancaster, who previously coached Leeds and the England Saxons, will be taking part in an exclusive audience at the charity event.
The black-tie evening, hosted by the BBC's rugby correspondent Ian Robertson, will include a three-course dinner, drinks reception, raffle and auction.
Diners will also get the chance to meet the 42-year-old, who was given the full-time head coaching role earlier this year after leading the side to second place in the 2012 RBS Six Nations.
John Gibson, Wooden Spoon chairman of the Worcestershire region, said: "We are obviously delighted that Stuart is able to attend our event to raise monies for Wooden Spoon.
"The monies raised will go to support our projects helping disadvantaged children in Worcestershire."
The event on May 18 is taking place at the Sixways Stadium in Worcestershire, home to the Worcester Warriors.
Tickets for the evening at 7.30pm cost £50. To book a place call Laura Bader on 01905 459351.