Celebrity chef dons his whites for Sporting Social
Celebrity chef and restaurateur Matt Healy will be cooking up a storm for guests at a major fundraiser for the Jane Tomlinson Appeal.
Matt, who wowed the judges on Professional Masterchef and runs the incredibly-popular Foundry restaurant in Leeds, will be leading the kitchen at the event next September.
He will be serving his famous roast dinner - which was recently crowned Britain's best - to around 300 guests at the event at the Queen's Hotel in Leeds.
It's a rare opportunity for people to enjoy Matt's award-winning dish, as his restaurant is booked up weeks in advance.
The Sporting Social is back for a third year and will be hosted by TV's Clare Balding
Matt said: "Jane was hugely inspirational to me; I have done a few of the Leeds 10Ks myself.
"So I was honoured to be asked to get involved and to be able to do my bit to help support children and people living with cancer.
"I'm really looking forward to supporting the event and serving my food to the guests - get your tickets for this fantastic event today."
The Sporting Social - back for a third year and hosted by TV's Clare Balding - will see sports personalities reminisce about their greatest moments, on and off the field.
The big names of athletics, football, cricket and rugby will also take on the audience in a fast-paced sports speed quiz to see if their brains match their brawn!
Guests at the Sporting Social in 2018 included Olympian Sir Chris Hoy, boxer Johnny Nelson, Paralympian Hannah Cockroft and footballers Dominic Matteo and Danny Mills. The line-up for 2019 is set to be no less star-studded and will be announced in coming weeks.
One of the world's best-known athletes Dame Jessica Ennis-Hill is set to be the star guest in an evening of sporting fun for the Jane Tomlinson Appeal.
Thousands of cancer patients could receive life-enhancing physiotherapy treatment thanks to the legacy of the inspirational Jane Tomlinson CBE. The Appeal is funding a series of study days to share knowledge of kinesiology taping - the sort of strapping used by Olympic athletes - in relieving the symptoms of people with cancer.