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AQOB 2018 raised £52,575 for STEPS
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Watch out for the photos which will be published soon and the announcement of the date for next year!

The line up

Anne Davies webANNE DAVIES

Your host for the evening

Anne Davies is the BBC East Midlands Today presenter with a passion for fashion. The holder of several Royal Television Society Awards, Anne is also a regular event host and a much sought after speaker. Anne is also the founder of Fashanne: East Midlands Fashion Awards for Students”

www.annedavies.tv

 

 

 

 


GEORDAN MURPHY

Quiz Master & Auctioneer

The Premiership’s most decorated player, Geordan Murphy ended his 16th season with Leicester Tigers in 2012/13 by celebrating the eighth Premiership title of his career before moving into coaching at the club where in 2018 he was made the Interim Head Coach.

 

 

 

 


MATT POOLE

Quiz Master & Auctioneer

Matt enjoyed a professional Rugby career which consisted of 13 years at the Leicester Tigers, appearances for England at U18, U21’s and Senior level on tours to Argentina and South Africa, he also played for Randwick in Sydney and the Barbarians. Following his retirement from the game, he set up his own Sports hospitality business in partnership with the Tigers. The success of this eventually led to establishing his own hospitality and events agency working with leading brands across a variety of sports and activities  and as a consequence along the way he has developed into an accomplished host, interviewer and occasionally even an auctioneer!

 


AMY DICKSON

The Entertainment

Twice Grammy-nominated saxophonist, Amy Dickson, was named UK’s Young Australian 2016. Dickson is a Sony Classicla recording artist and was the first saxophonist to win a Classic Brit Award.

www.amydickson.com

 

 

 

 


Rosemary Conley CBE webROSEMARY CONLEY CBE DL

Patron of Steps

Rosemary Conley is the nations favourite diet & fitness guru having written 37 books and presented 31 fitness videos. As Patron of Steps she is passionate about the charity that A Question of Brains supports.