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Steve Bull M.B.E.

 

I am receiving lots and lots of messages from people asking for me to donate raffle prizes for fundraising events. You know me I hate to say no to anyone, but unfortunately I’m having to, I don’t have a stock of items to donate to you all. This is one of the reasons why I wanted my own charity so I could help lots of great causes in the Black Country and the West Midlands by raising funds at as many events as I can with the help of a few people. I’m proud to say we have helped over 40 fantastic charities so far, donating hundreds of thousands of pounds. The Steve Bull Foundation are constantly sourcing raffle prizes for our events, I know how hard it is to get items donated. Can I also give a shout out to my friends and colleagues – I know I pester you none stop for donations and want to say a massive thank you for all your amazing support.

An Evening with Steve Bull

Stafford Gatehouse Theatre – Friday 20th September 2019. 7.30pm

All tickets £21.00, no concessions. Price includes a booking fee.

Bully talks in depth with broadcaster, writer and Wolves supporter Johnny Phillips. Hear about how he made it from the factory floor to become a record breaking goal scorer at Wolves, with his tales from life inside the dressing room at Wolves and England. With stories about his team-mates on the pitch and his managers at Molineux – the good, the bad and the colourful times – the evening will round off with questions from the audience.

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Bully’s Supper Club

 

Enjoy a private dining experience with Wolves legend Steve Bull MBE.

Entertain your clients or treat that special someone to a Birthday or Anniversary surprise.

There will be a maximum of 12 guests (plus Steve) in a private box at Molineux, overlooking the pitch.

£99 per person to include 3 course dinner plus a welcome drink on arrival.

This is your chance to come and join Steve for dinner, listen to a few stories and ask him anything you want – nothing off limits!

 

 

Availability:

27th July, 9th August..

*New Dates Added: 3rd August, 23rd August (more dates to be added soon)

Minimum age 16.

Limited availability.

From 7pm

Please contact kirsty@stevebullevents.com or call 07855 479021 for more information or to book.

Reviews from this event

Booked this for my lads Christmas party, we had none stop laughter and the food was superb. Would highly recommend booking this, but beware of the next day hang over
Mark Greenfield
Went to this last night and had a great time. Have not laughed as much in ages and Steve was the perfect host. Would highly recommend this event
Duncan Grainger
Had a great night last night with Bully. He was great company and we had a right laugh. Top man
Rob Baker
They are brilliant nights I’d highly recommend them.
Kevin Eades
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Read my latest column in The Express & Star...

Wolves’ record scorer Steve Bull reckons the signing of Albion striker Salomon Rondon would be a solid piece of business.

Rondon is set to leave fierce rivals Baggies after a thoroughly impressive loan spell at Wolves’ Premier League counterparts Newcastle last season.

The 29-year-old has a £16.5m release clause in his Hawthorns contract, and the Express and Star reported last month that Nuno Espirito Santo’s side were leading the race for his signature, although no deal was agreed.

And Bull, who scored 306 goals for Wolves after making the switch from Albion in 1986, said: “I think he would do well for Wolves.

“I think he has been brilliant for Newcastle and for West Brom. He’s a very talented player who leads the line well and scores goals.

“It would not be a risk, for me.

“He’s 29 so should be in his peak years, and he’s got a good record when it comes to injuries – he tends to always be fit.”

 

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