Orrell & Winstanley Community Sports Club (the Joint Venture Partnership between Orrell RUFC and Winstanley Park Cricket Club) are delighted to announce that they will be hosting an Evening with Ted Robbins on Saturday, 29 February 2020.
Famous for his role in Peter Kay's Phoenix Nights as Den Perry, the main "villain" (amongst other things), Ted also starred in the Governor in The Slammer. His most recent roles were in Benidorm and Birds of a Feather. Ted also hosts a Saturday morning radio show on Radio Lancashire and presents the Friday afternoon show on BBC Radio Manchester.
Ticket and booking information will be available shortly.
The Orrell & Winstanley Community Sports Club Joint Venture
As you know, Orrell RUFC and Winstanley Park CC have joined forces to develop a much needed Community Sports club. The clubs have signed a 99 year lease for the 13 acre site, situated next to Winstanley College, which will provide a permanent home for both organisations and an opportunity to boost both their thriving junior sections.
The new family orientated facilities will play host to Orrell RUFC, who will finally find a permanent home after leaving their Edgehall Road ground ten years ago. The new buildings will also enable the cricket club to continue to meet the requirements for affiliation to the Southport and District League.
The facility will be available to other community groups, with a particular focus on providing a sporting outlet for children which will help create a more cohesive and sustainable community.