Thursday 10th October 2019

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We’d like to invite you to the first ever Sportsperson’s Dinner in Southern Region! Join us for an evening of great food and entertainment while spending quality time networking with colleagues and friends from our industry.

Your entertainment for the evening will be Welsh football manager and former professional footballer Dean Saunders and the talented comedian and impressionist Aaron James.

With such a great line up and location you can’t afford to miss this event, so book your table today!



18:30 Arrival / Drinks at the bar
19:30 Food and Entertainment
22:00 EIC Raffle Draw
23:00 Bar Closes



Table of 10


  • Three-course dinner
  • Entertainment

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Individual Ticket 


  • Three-course dinner
  • Entertainment

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* All prices exclude 20% VAT


Aaron James


Aaron James

One of the top mainstream comedians in the UK today. He has many strings to his bow being an impressionist, host, auctioneer and presenter with an ability to work any type of event and make it fun-filled. With almost 30 years in the business, Aaron keeps busy with golf days, sporting dinners, corporate events, awards ceremonies, sporting hospitality, voice overs and charity auctions.

Career highlights include:

  • Hosting three world title fights in Las Vegas, including Ricky Hatton v Floyd Mayweather at the Bellagio, sharing the stage with Lennox Lewis and Michael Buffer.
  • Providing pre-match entertainment at Manchester United, Chelsea, Leicester city and many more as well as numerous champions league finals all over the world, and World Cup finals.
  • Entertaining at Twickenham for Six Nations and Autumn Internationals.

Dean Saunders


Dean Saunders

Welsh football manager and former professional footballer who played as a striker in a career which lasted from 1982 until 2001. He played for Liverpool and Aston Villa in the 1990s and set a new British transfer record when he joined the former from Derby County.

He was capped 75 times at senior level for Wales between 1986 and 2001, scoring 22 times, making him one of the nation's highest-scoring and most-capped players of all time.

Following his retirement from playing in 2001, he entered football coaching and then management, firstly of non-league Wrexham (2008–2011) and since then of Doncaster Rovers (2011–2013), Wolverhampton Wanderers (2013), Crawley Town (2014–2015), and Chesterfield (2015).



Caitlin Mulcahy 
 07884 667995

Ian Lawson
 07813 356308


Arora Hotel Gatwick-Crawley
Southgate Avenue
West Sussex
RH10 6LW


We have secured a special room rate with the Arora Hotel at £65 per double room single or double occupancy. Breakfast is £10 per person and optional to the room rate. To book your room(s) please call hotel reservations team on 01293 530 000 and quote the booking code SPORTS/10119

❤️Sponsorship Opportunities:

The Electrical Industries Charity rely on prize donations to maximise the fundraising on the day so that they can help more people going through challenging times in your industry. If you would like to donate a prize or monetary value towards one, please contact Caitlin Mulcahy. You will be thanked along with other sponsors on the day.

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The Electrical Industries Charity will be in attendance to run some fundraising activities at the event

About the Electrical Industries Charity