Former England captain Mike Gatting is returning to New Road as a guest speaker next month.
Gatting, who played at the County's headquarters on many occasions for Middesex, will be participating in the charity event in the Graeme Hick Pavilion on Thusday, July 20.
The event is being hosted by Worcestershire Cricket Board in collaboration with Worcester Police Cricket Club with all profits going to the Worcestershire Cobham Cricket Trust.
Tickets for the night are priced at £25 each and also includes a comedian plus a pie and chip supper
The evening is being compered by BBC Hereford-Worcester's Dave Bradley and gets underway at 7.30pm.
Please contact Mark Chappell on 07875 668372 or email email@example.com to reserve your tickets.
Gatting played 79 Tests for England between 1978 and 1995, scoring 4,409 runs at an average of 35.55 with 10 hundreds.
He also scored 2,095 ODI runs at an average of 29.50.
In his lengthy career, Gatting – who is now 60 – amassed 36, 549 first class runs with 94 centuries at 49.52.