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The Lord’s Taverners Wales bring in the New Year with new Chairman after raising £23k at Christmas lunches


Wales’ leading youth cricket and disability sports charity, The Lord’s Taverners Wales, has raised an incredible £22,954 through its hugely popular annual Christmas Lunch events and has started the New Year by welcoming its new chairman.


The two fundraisers were once again held at the Cardiff Marriott with Rod Woodward hosting both, and entertainment from Paul Sinha, Jamie Sutherland, Graham Jolley, Sebastian Walton, Kevin Connelly and Simon Evans. The raffle and auction proved as popular as ever at what was the charity’s 36th consecutive Christmas event.


Previous Chairman, Ed Meggitt, welcomed guests and delivered an engaging toast at each event as his last act as chairman, before handing over to Andrew Gibson this January. Ed said: “It’s been an absolute privilege being Chairman for the last ten years and meeting so many inspiring children who, thanks to this


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