An Evening with Pav – A Newcastle United Legend and Honorary Geordie
Event on 2012-05-25 19:00:00
"An Evening with Pav"
on Friday 25th May 2012 from 6.30pm at Greens Health and Fitness Club, Gosforth, Newcastle upon Tyne
Book before 30th April for just £15 !
Tickets normally £20 each.
- Talk In
- Photos & Autographs with Pav
- Hot and Cold Buffet
- Question & Answer Session
- Charity Memorabilia Auctions
Pavel Srnícek has a reputation of being one of Newcastle United's most popular players in modern histor and you have the chance to meet Pav, hear him interviewed about his career and the people he's played with and against as well as ask him your question, get autographs and buy highly sought after Pav memorabilia and other great sporting items in a charity auction.
Pav made 151 appearances for Newcastle United and became an honorary Geordie after many determined, courageous and brilliant perfromances. For over 10 years, Pav was also the only goalkeeper to receive a rating of 10/10, in the individual players ratings in The Sun for the 4-3 defeat away to Liverpool in 1996-97 season.
Pav also made 49 appearances for the Czech Republic before retiring from competitive football.
Supporting Local Charities
The Stroke Association
Every year an estimated 150,000 people in the UK have a stroke. Of all people who suffer from a stroke, about a third are likely to die within the first 10 days, about a third are likely to make a recovery within one month and about a third are likely to be left disabled and needing rehabilitation.
Stroke has a greater disability impact than any other medical condition. A quarter of a million people are living with long-term disability as a result of stroke in the UK.
The Stroke Association is the only UK wide charity solely concerned with combating stroke in people of all ages.
Veterans Retreat is a residential and medical care facility providing dedicated care and support for Veterans of HM Forces. Over the past two decades there has been a marked increase in the amount of active service that our armed forces are being tasked to engage in.
The conflicts in the Balkans, Afghanistan, and the Middle East have all resulted in a serious rise in casualties and of servicemen and women suffering traumatic, physical and mental injuries post service. Sadly damaged servicemen and women are an ever increasing side effect of prolonged conflict which unfortunately very few civilian organisations address or relate effectively to.
at Greens Health & Fitness Club
Gosforth Park Way
Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom