The Marquee at Paradise Wildlife Park, Broxbourne
We are very excited to announce our first "evening with...." event, and what better way to start it than with one of our favourite footballing legends, capped 21 times for England, and playing 11 seasons at Arsenal - Paul Merson!
In his footballing career, Paul was a world renowned attacking midfielder and playmaker, and now you'll find him on Sky Sport's as one of their leading pundits. You'll also find him writing his column in the Daily Star, and sharing his vast knowledge of the game in "Merson Predicts"
Our evening includes
If you'd like to join us for this fun-filled evening, please, drop us an email, give us a call, or use the "book now" button to the right.
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