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Telephone: 01704 544645
Address: Town Lane, Southport, PR8 6RE

At Queenscourt we consider ourselves very fortunate to have local and national celebrities that have offered to help us in many ways. You may find them speaking at one of our events, hosting their own fundraisers or simply helping to promote our cause. We are very grateful for all that they do and the time and effort that they volunteer.

Below is a short snippet of information about each one, you can find out more on their official websites which you can find links to below.
Marcus Wareing
Marcus Wareing
Marcus Wareing was born and bred in Southport and went on to become one of Britain’s most respected and acclaimed chefs and restaurateurs. Marcus began his career at the young age of 18 and has since gone on to be awarded several Michelin Stars, created some of London’s most iconic restaurants and starred in the hit BBC show Master Chef: The Professionals, as one of the show’s leading Judges.

We really look forward to working with Marcus in the future; keep an eye out on our upcoming events as he may make an appearance!

Twitter: @marcuswareing
David Lonsdale
David Lonsdale
Having spent his early years in Southport, David trained at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London’s Barbican Centre. Since graduating he has worked extensively in theatre, film and television, most notably as the hapless David Stockwell in ITV’s long running drama Heartbeat, a character he played for nearly 18 years.

Away from acting David has written for a number of publications; is a regular guest speaker and compere; and has made countless appearances at charity events across the country. David lives in Southport with his family and we offer our sincere thanks to David for all of his support and for agreeing to support Queenscourt in the future.

Mark Lawrenson
Mark Lawrenson
Birkdale resident Mark Lawrenson is a former professional footballer, a defender in the Liverpool and Ireland football teams of the 1980s. After a short career as a manager, he has since been a radio, television and internet pundit, making regular appearances on the BBC Match of the Day programme.

A big believer in Charity, Mark has offered his help to several organisations across the North-West in recent years. His public appearances and fundraisers have made a real difference, raising money and making it possible for charities to reach a much wider audience with their message.  We are delighted that Mark has agreed to join us at Queenscourt and very much look forward to working with him.

Want to become a Famous Friend?
If you are a local or national celebrity who is passionate about supporting Queenscourt then we would love to hear from you, please email us or give us a call on 01704 544645 and ask for Jane Royds.