A FORMER snooker world champion will be challenging guests at Lickey End Social Club on May 7, to raise money for the charity which helped a Bromsgrove boy battle cancer.
The Advertiser told readers of Ethan Warman’s inspiring story in February, after the 23-month-old was forced to have his eye removed when he was diagnosed with Retinoblastoma, a rare and potentially fatal form of cancer.
The Alcester Road social club is supporting Ethan’s family with their ongoing fundraising by hosting a charity snooker marathon, guest staring Stuart Bingham, to raise funds for the Childhood Eye Cancer Trust.
Stephen Tristram, who is organising the event, said: “We have already had great local support, with many local businesses gifting us items to raffle.
“Former snooker world champion Stuart Bingham has given up his time to make a guest appearance. Stuart will be here from 1pm until 6pm and we will raffle off chances to play him.”
The event is set to run from 10am to 10pm. Tickets cost £5 and all proceeds will be donated to charity.
For tickets, call the club on 01527 878092.
click here to read more.