Graham Woodward, the stadium announcer known as England's 'voice of cricket', is set to speak at the Nottingham Cricket Lovers’ Society’s next meeting on Thursday 5 December.
Woodward has been the announcer for England's home games since 2012, taking in the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup and the past three Ashes series. He will be in conversation in the Derek Randall Suite from 7.30pm.
A presentation will also be given on the evening on the life and career of Nottinghamshire legend Walter Keeton, who enjoyed a 26-year spell with the county.
There are four further events to be held by the society this winter, with current Notts Assistand Head Coach Paul Franks among those appearing before the start of the 2020 season.
Membership of the Society for the full season costs £15, and cards can be purchased in the Randall Suite.
Alternatively, attendance at each individual meeting costs £5 per head.
Upcoming Cricket Lovers' Society Events (all held in the Derek Randall Suite, with a 7.30pm start time)
- Thursday 16 January 2020 – Paul Franks, Nottinghamshire Assistant Head Coach
- Thursday 6 February – The Revd Mike Vockins MBE, Secretary and Chief Executive of Worcestershire CCC from 1971-2001
- Thursday 27 February – John Stephenson, former Head of Cricket at MCC
- Thursday 12 March – Tatenda Taibu, Zimbabwe Captain 2004, player 2001-2012 (this event will also double as the Society's Annual General Meeting).
Nottinghamshire Membership for the 2020 season is on sale, with those who join for next season bestowed access to all scheduled Notts home matches, international tickets in Members' areas and a range of exclusive benefits.