Jonny Wilkinson in typical action against Gloucester
THERE are only 1,000 tickets remaining to see Jonny Wilkinson at Kingsholm on Saturday (3pm).
Gloucester are on course for their highest home gate of the season when Newcastle come to town for a crucial Premiership encounter.
But the chance to watch Wilkinson, the man who won the World Cup for England, is one of the biggest attractions in the English game and supporters are advised to book tickets now to avoid disappointment.
The ticket office at Kingsholm is open from 9am until 5pm on Tuesday and Wednesday and until 6.30pm on Thursday when supporters have the chance to get up to £2 off a ticket under the early purchase scheme.
There are no seating tickets available, only for the Shed and terracing.
The ticket office closes at 3.30pm on Friday but is open again at 10am on Saturday. Tickets are also available on www.gloucesterrugby.co.uk or from 0871 871 8781.
Ahead of Friday evening's Aviva Premiership fixture away at London Welsh, Head Coach Laurie Fisher told the local media that he feels that Gloucester are making improvements each and every week but that there's still plenty of work to do.
Speaking to GRTV on Monday night, Pete Buxton was thrilled with the spirit shown by the Gloucester United squad as they overturned a twenty-one point deficit in the second half to overcome Bristol Rugby.
Scrum half Callum Braley was a try scorer in Gloucester United's 30-27 win over Bristol United in the Aviva Premiership A League on Monday evening and, after the game, paid tribute to his team mates for hanging in there and fighting back to get the win.
Skipper Billy Twelvetrees admitted that the Gloucester squad were disappointed and frustrated after losing at home to Exeter, regretting that Gloucester's own errors had given the Chiefs the upper hand.
Gloucester Rugby is rightly proud of the work that it does within the community and is delighted to confirm that it will be working with Gloucestershire Young Carers and Pied Piper as its two chosen charities this season.