International Cricketing Legend, Matthew Hoggard will help the Optimists Cricket Club celebrate one of their most successful seasons by joining them at the Annual Awards Dinner on Saturday 19th January. The Optimists Cricket Club, Luxembourg was founded just over 40 years ago and has thrived ever since. With over 100 members and an ever-growing Juniors Cricket program, the Optimists Cricket Club has gone from strength to strength. 2018 was a stellar year. The 1st XI won the Belgian Cricket Federation League 2, the 2nd XI won their pool in League 5 and the Club also won the Belgian T20 competition for the first time. To celebrate this success, the Optimists CC will be hosting their Awards Dinner at the Hotel Parc Belair on Saturday 19th January. Ex-England Cricketer, Matthew Hoggard will be giving a speech and answering questions from the audience afterwards as well as the presenting the various awards to the winners. A raffle will be held with 1st prize being two ticket to Lords Cricket Ground in London to watch a World Cup match between South Africa vs Pakistan in June 2019 and all profits will be going to Tricentenaire ASBL in Walferdange. The Tricentenarie work hard to improve the quality of life for people with disabilities in Luxembourg and the Optimists Cricket Club are proud to be supporting them. There are still tickets available at €55 each or €40 for students. If you would like to attend, what will be a fantastic evening then please contact Richard Neale at firstname.lastname@example.org The event is being kindly sponsored by: Mercedes-Benz Luxembourg, FundRock, Aztec Financial Services, Talisman Individual Executive Protection, Redbridge Recruitment and Exequtive Partners.
The British Chamber of Commerce are the 2019 media partner for the STEP Benelux Conference. Register before 31 July 2019 to secure your place. This conference will bring attendees up to speed on the latest events in wealth management and advice and explore ways to navigate the sometimes precarious environment in which we now live and work. With keynote addresses from Claude Marx TEP, CSSF, Luxembourg and HE John Marshall, British Ambassador to Luxembourg this is an event not to be missed!
in the context of the 175 th anniversary of the Maîtrise of the cathedral of Luxembourg, the Trinity College Choir is invited to perform a concert on July 6 at 19h30 in the cathedral