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‘There’s Only One Neil Warnock’ Celebration Dinner


one of Wales’ leading


cancer charities. Following the Bluebirds triumphant promotion this season, Warnock now holds the record for team promotions seeing him eclipse the achievements of Jim Smith, Dave Bassett and the late Graham Taylor. Guests


will have the CANCER RESEARCH


WALES has teamed up with Wales’ premier events company, The Events Room, to hold a celebration dinner in honour of Cardiff City manager Neil Warnock.


‘There’s Only One Neil Warnock’ will take place at


The Radisson Blu


Hotel on Thursday 12th July 2018 and celebrate an incredible eighth promotion for Warnock while raising funds for


opportunity to hear from Warnock as he prepares to once again take on the likes of Pep Guardiola, Jürgen Klopp and Jose Mourinho in the coveted Premier League. The evening will commence at 7.30pm and include a two-course dinner and charitable raffle and auction in aid of Cancer Research Wales. Tables of 10 are available for £450+VAT with a limited number of Platinum tables available for £800+VAT. Tickets are available from www.theeventsroom. co.uk 108


or 5690.


via For


0845 more


information visit www. cancerresearchwales. co.uk.


SPECIAL OFFERS at


Merton House


HOLIDAY HOTEL ROSS-ON-WYE, HEREFORDSHIRE


MERTON HOUSE HOTEL IS A SPECIAL


HOTEL CATERING FOR THE OLDER PERSON AND PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES. SITUATED IN THE HISTORIC MARKET TOWN OF ROSS-ON-WYE, HEREFORDSHIRE.


MERTON HOUSE HAS A BEAUTIFUL LOCATION OVERLOOKING THE RIVER WYE AND ACROSS TO THE BLACK MOUNTAINS OF WALES.


ENJOY A FABULOUS SUMMER BREAK Short Breaks offer :


Two nights just £140pp


Dinner, bed + breakfast, plus free sight-seeing trips in our specially adapted minibus and entertainment!


• Rooms with en-suite wetrooms available • Wheelchair accessible • Door to door transport at additional cost


Don’t Delay - limited number of rooms available 01989 563252 www.mertonhouse.org www.cardiffandsouthwalesadvertiser.com www.csboxall.co.uk Office: 01446 772444 39F Vale Business Park, Llandow, Nr Cowbridge, CF71 7PF Cardiff & South Wales Advertiser - Friday 22nd June 2018 - 5


CHILDREN SHINE AT THE ANNUAL CARDIFF CUP


As the World Cup in Russia kicked off, football fever hit the area as a festival of football the Cardiff Cup III, hit Cardiff as junior teams from across Wales, from areas such as the Vale of Glamorgan and Cardiff and far afield such


as places like


Swansea, Gwent and West Wales ascended on Cardiff Indoor Dome in leckworth. The non competitive festival organised by the Vale Sports Arena was aimed at U6 to U11 age groups saw over 80


teams and hundreds of children taking part in the prestigious football festival played under the FAW mini football rules. The standard of football was excellent, with football scouts flocking to the festival seeing so many children shine and in turn inspiring a


generation to get


involved in football. A Cardiff Cup spokesman said “ Cardiff is a city with a proud sporting heritage and we are proud to bring the Cardiff Cup to the capital for the third year in a


row.


It was


fantastic


seeing so many children playing and enjoying there football and we look forward to bringing the festival to Cardiff in 2019. Next years event will involve secondary school age groups as we continue to grow and grow and in turn provide more and more children with football opportunities” Next season Cardiff Cup IV event is on Sunday 9th June 2019 to receive an information and entry pack please email info@ valesportsarena.cymru


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