Everton Football Club past players, Everton TV and the Everton in the Community Foundation are longtime supporters of the Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Peace Foundation and the Parry family.
From the moment of the bombing when the manager, Howard Kendall and players went straight from training to Walton Hospital to support the Parry family at Tim’s bedside, the club has been an ever-present. Tim was a fan and had been in Warrington to buy replica football shorts of one of his favourite players.
Every year, in May, the Tim Parry Trophy is awarded to one of the junior football teams in Liverpool, at finals played at Everton’s ground Goodison Park. Everton also works with the Foundation in the delivery of Foundation primary and senior school projects in the Merseyside area.
On Thursday 10th May, join us at the Hallmark Hotel, Warrington for an evening with Joe Royal, Ian Snodin, Graham Sharp and Graham Stuart
We will present a two-course dinner and will be greeted by MC, Malcolm Lord, who along with Darren Gough will host a question and answer session with the panel of guests. This is a great opportunity for Evertonians to listen and speak with some of the clubs most iconic past players
Tickets cost £35 and this includes a two-course meal.
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