The world renowned Red Devils parachute display team are ready to land at Birmingham's Edgbaston Stadium as Warwickshire County Cricket Club hosts its free Community Open Day.

In partnership with Official Charity Partner Fisher House UK - a home away from home for families of injured soldiers who are being treated at the nearby Queen Elizabeth Hospital - the Red Devils will parachute in to Edgbaston equipped with a cricket ball ready for a Twenty20 match between a Warwickshire Legends XI and the Combined UK Armed Forces team.

Martyn Dobson, Community Development Manager at Warwickshire CCC, said: "The Red Devils made a huge impact at last year's Community Open Day, after landing on the ground here at Edgbaston with the Fisher House UK flag.
Last year's inaugural event attracted more than 4,000 people and we hope that we can build on this in 2015 and raise even more money for Fisher House UK."

Warwickshire CCC has committed to raising £10,000 for Fisher House this year through its Community Open Day and other fundraising activities that it stages; last year several members of Club staff took part in a sponsored parachute jump.
Mike Hammond, Chief Executive at QEHB Charity, which runs Fisher House, said: "We are thrilled to have the Red Devils on board again at this year's Community Open Day.
Last year's stunt was fantastic and I'm sure this year will be no different!

I'd like to thank Warwickshire County Cricket Club once again for their fantastic support of our Military Personnel and look forward to what promises to be a wonderful family event this summer."

On the morning of the Community Open Day on Saturday May 16, guests will have the chance to meet Warwickshire CCC players, lift the NatWest T20 Blast trophy and take part in a range of cricketing activities at Edgbaston. There will also be a military assault course, a rifle range, a chance to meet the Royal Marines, many different stalls and much more.