LANCASHIRE and England star Jimmy Anderson, who is also a Foundation Ambassador, officially opened The Red Rose Wall at Emirates Old Trafford today at precisely 1:50pm to mark the Club's 150th Anniversary Year.
The Red Rose Wall was conceived by the LCCC Foundation, the official charity and community arm of the Club who inspire communities through cricket. All proceeds from the Wall go towards the Foundation’s projects and programmes which include their Disability Cricket programme.
The Red Rose Wall has given fans the chance to purchase a piece of history and hold a permanent place within the ground to mark a favourite Lancashire CC memory, anniversary or loved one.
Situated under the newly redeveloped Pavilion the Red Rose Wall also features stones recognising Lancashire Legends past and present including Warren Hegg and Jack Bond who were also present at the opening.
The unveiling of the Wall was attended by customers who have purchased an everlasting reminder so they could see their stone for the first time and have pictures with the Legends in attendance.
The Wall is available to view on a match day or by appointment via the LCCC Foundation on firstname.lastname@example.org