LEGENDARY Bradford Bulls prop forward Paul Anderson is set to be the guest of honour at a charity dinner at the Houses of Parliament later this month.

The Great Britain and England international will be attending the All Party Parliamentary Rugby League Group's annual dinner on the House of Lords Terrace on Monday, November 20.

Now an assistant coach with the national team, Anderson, 46, won two Super League titles and two World Club Challenges as a player at the Bulls.

Group chairman and Bradford South MP Judith Cummins said: “I am delighted that Paul Anderson will be the guest speaker at the Group’s annual charity dinner.

"Paul has a great deal of experience of rugby league at all levels, and members are looking forward to hearing him speak about his career, and give his thoughts on the men’s and women’s Rugby League World Cups.”

Anderson, who was named in the 2005 Super League Dream Team, said: “It is an honour to be invited to speak at the Parliamentary Rugby League Group’s annual dinner.

"The Group plays an important role of rugby league in the UK, standing up for our sport in Parliament, and ensuring we get the recognition we deserve.

"I look forward to speaking to Group Members and supporters.”