Notts County will be holding a special birthday bash to mark the club's 150th anniversary but there are VERY FEW tickets remaining.
Notts County will be continuing our 150th anniversary celebrations with a special Birthday Bash in the 1862 Suite here at Meadow Lane on Wednesday 28 November, an evening that will also see the official launch of the club’s Hall of Fame.
Doors will open at 6:30pm on the evening, which will see legendary manager Jimmy Sirrel officially confirmed as the first member of the Notts County Hall of Fame.
Tickets for the event, which will be hosted by BBC Radio Nottingham’s Colin Slater, are £25 each and include a carvery meal, as well as an evening of entertainment, including singer Drew Dennis and a question and answer session with manager Keith Curle and CEO Jim Rodwell.
The current first team squad and coaching staff will be in attendance on the night, as we mark the club’s 150th birthday in style in the month that we were founded.
As part of the club’s 150th anniversary celebrations, we had always been keen to introduce a legacy that would help the club to continue to celebrate our rich history for many years to come.
The Hall of Fame is seen as the ideal way to acknowledge those that have helped shape that illustrious history and there was nobody more fitting to be the first inductee than Jimmy Sirrel.
To book tickets for this event, or for more information, contact the commercial team on 0115 9557 241.