Alan Hill – From Barnsley lad to life under Brian Clough

Join us for an evening of anecdotal tales as Alan Hill, former Nottingham Forest goalkeeper, assistant manager and chief scout recalls his career at Barnsley right through to his years working at Nottingham Forest in the glory years of Brian Clough

The legendary Brian Clough

Some stories will make you laugh, some will make you cry, but it’s guaranteed to be a night you will enjoy!

The event is being held in support of John Haselden, a former professional footballer and chartered physiotherapist at Nottingham Forest who has recently been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease.

John’s wife Eileen has set out to raise £2000 to help Alzheimer’s Research find a cure for Alzheimer’s disease, one of the most common types of dementia, affecting almost 830,000 people in the UK


TIME: 7pm for 7.30pm

VENUE: The Nottinghamshire Golf & Country Club, Stragglethorpe, Nottingham NG12 3HB

Alzheimers Research Logo

All proceeds go to find a cure for Alzheimer’s

Tickets cost £20 each or tables of ten are £200. The price includes hot supper.

To book your tickets please email or Alzheimer booking form A4

If you are unable to attend but would like to make a donation please visit:


Alan Hill is giving his time for free asa reflection of his 50 year friendship with John & Eileen.


Alan Hill with Eileen Haselden

Alan Hill with Eileen Haselden

Liam O'Kane, Alan Hill, Archie Gemmill, Roy Fenton & Brian Clough

Liam O’Kane, Alan Hill, Archie Gemmill, Roy Fenton & Brian Clough


About dementia

The word dementia is used to describe a group of symptoms including memory loss, confusion, mood changes and difficulty with day-to-day tasks. There are many causes of the condition, with Alzheimer’s disease the most common. The terms dementia and Alzheimer’s are not interchangeable.

The diseases that cause dementia have different symptoms, though many overlap. These diseases cause nerve cells to stop working properly in specific areas of the brain, and symptoms will worsen over time as the disease progresses.

  • More than 830,000 people in the UK are affected by dementia
  • One in three people over 65 will die with dementia
  • Dementia costs the UK economy £23.6bn each year, with £12.7bn of this cost met by unpaid carers

The most common causes of dementia are Alzheimer’s disease, vascular dementia, dementia with Lewy bodies and frontotemporal dementia



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