Sunday April 26th will be Paul Hunter Day at the Betfred World Championship, remembering the three-time Masters champion who died in 2006.
Cue Zone will be open from 9am, then at 10.30am there will be a 60 second challenge for 50 guests invited by the Paul Hunter Foundation.
Then at 12pm there’s a real treat as Steve Davis will play frames against fans.
Fans are welcome to come along throughout the day.
The Paul Hunter Foundation has the specific aim of giving disadvantaged, able bodied and disabled youngsters an opportunity to play snooker.
During the 2014/15 season it has delivered events at the following locations:
Menston Club – West Yorkshire
Bristol County Sport Club – Bristol
Players Club – Westbury
Newton Sports and Social Club – Cambridge
East Barnet School – London
Whetstone Snooker Club – London
Hurricane Rooms – London
Guisborough Conservative Club – Middlesbrough
North Notts Snooker Academy – Worksop
Darren Morgan’s Snooker Club – Wales
Q Club – Blackpool
The Golden Cue – West Midlands
Carlton Youth Centre – Worksop
The Maltings Q Club – Kings Lynn
Lancashire Young People’s Service – Lancashire
It has also donated four full size snooker tables to schools in Sheffield.
For more information see www.paulhunterfoundation.org