One of the BBC’s best known sports presenters is taking to the stage at luxury Worcestershire care home Fernhill House in the autumn – to entertain residents and members of the public free of charge.   

Garry Richardson, who has a 40 year pedigree with the Beeb, including a regular slot on Radio 4’s Today programme and Five Live’s Sportsweek, has reported on seven Olympic Games and interviewed some of the world’s most famous names including Nelson Mandela, Bill Clinton, Muhammad Ali, David Beckham, Tiger Woods, John McEnroe, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Eddie Murphy.   

He has also shared an after dinner speaking platform with legendary showbiz  names such as Steven Fry, Dame Diana Rigg, Bob Monkhouse and Ken Dodd, has been on stage with Jasper Carrot and Alistair McGowan and appeared in a comedy show with Miranda Hart and Alan Carr. 

He will be speaking on Thursday September 21st between 6pm and 8pm – with the added lure of free drinks and nibbles for all guests.   Garry is one of the regular celebrities and special guests invited to speak at the home to encourage a greater link between the home’s residents, friends and family and the wider community.   

On Thursday July 27th author and broadcaster Gervaise Phinn, best known for his autobiographical memoirs set in the Yorkshire Dales, will be recounting humorous tales of his life working in education.   

And on Thursday August 17th former Irish hotelier Frank Flaherty talks about his world travels with a comic approach.           To book a free place at any of the events contact info@fernhillhouse.co.uk or call 01905 679300.