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The National Lottery's "Voice of the Balls" will be showing his face in Wolverhampton when he hosts a fund raising quiz night for Wolverhampton Wanderers WFC and Wolverhampton-based national children's charity Promise Dreams.
Alan Dedicoat - the voice heard but never seen on BBC1's National Lottery programme - hails from Alvechurch in the West Midlands. He can also be heard regularly with Terry Wogan on BBC Radio 2.
Jenny Wilkes, Chairperson of Wolves Women said: "Alan and I used to work together at hospital radio in Birmingham and I took over his job at BBC WM when he left to move south. When I told him about our need to raise funds for the women's team, he offered to help out. This will be the third joint event we've held with Promise Dreams, after our five-a-side football tournament and fashion show both helped to raise considerable funds for both the football team and the charity."
Beverley Bird, Charity Manager for Promise Dreams said: "Every day Promise Dreams brings joy to the lives of seriously and terminally ill children and their families by making a wish a reality, but we can't do it without continuous fund raising. The quiz night will be a great way of raising funds and having fun at the same time and we're really grateful to Alan for giving up his time for the cause."
The quiz will be held in The Hayward Suite at Molineux on Friday 10th August, on the eve of the new football season. It costs £50 to enter a team of four, which includes a fish and chip supper and a disco. To book a team or for further information call Promise Dreams on (01902) 378595 or Jenny Wilkes on (07740) 063951.
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