Sir Bradley Wiggins charity dinner at Beau Sejour on 18 October 2013

September 25th, 2013 by Opus Media Group Ltd

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Tickets have gone on sale for the charity gala dinner that will take place at Beau Sejour Leisure Centre at 7 pm on 18 October 2013 to celebrate the Guernsey launch of 101 – The Official Bradley Wiggins Opus.

Sir Bradley Wiggins will visit Guernsey over the weekend of 18 to 20 October 2013.

The recent winner of the Tour Of Britain will be the guest of honour at the evening event.

The dinner will benefit the Sir Bradley Wiggins Foundation and local charity Male Uprising Guernsey (MUG).

Support from sponsors including the Longport Group, the Ana Leaf Foundation and Ian Brown’s Cycle Shop has helped to make the event possible.

One of the highlights of the evening will be a question and answer session with Sir Bradley Wiggins.

This will no doubt be incredibly popular amongst the cycling community.

After dinner there will be a charity auction, which will include a copy of the marquee 101 Yellow Jersey Edition of Sir Bradley Wiggins Opus.

This publication is limited to just 101 copies, each signed by Sir Bradley and adorned with a piece taken from one of the yellow jerseys worn by Sir Bradley during the latter stages of the 2012 Tour.

Other items in the auction will include a 1966 World Cup Final Programme signed by Bobby Moore and a signed Barcelona FC shirt which was signed by the whole team including footballers Messi, Iniesta, Guardiola, Xavi, Puyol after their last Champions League win.

There will be a chance to buy one of the official Sir Bradley Wiggins Opus books and have it signed by Sir Bradley Wiggins.

Karl Fowler, Opus CEO, said ‘the news of Sir Bradley Wiggins’ visit to the island has been met with huge enthusiasm and excitement.”

“There is no doubt that this dinner will be a night to remember. He will be visiting Guernsey after competing in the UVI World Championships in Florence and we are planning a number of community wide cycling events for the weekend,” he said.

Trevor Kelham, founder of MUG, one of the two charities to benefit from the evening said “MUG is humbled to have been chosen to benefit from the night, alongside Sir Bradley Wiggins’ own charitable foundation.”

“We urge everyone to give Sir Bradley Wiggins the reception he undoubtedly deserves.”

Tickets for the charity gala dinner cost £100.00 per person and can requested by email to:


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