Put your questions to Rugby World Cup 2015 committee at Twickenham today and tomorrow

Twickenham stadium: Home to 10 World Cup games next year

Twickenham stadium: Home to 10 World Cup games next year

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The organising committee of the 2015 Rugby World Cup will explain plans so far for fixtures at the home of rugby next summer.

Community engagement events take place this afternoon from 2pm to 6pm and tomorrow from 9am to noon in the Live Foyer room, South Stand, Twickenham stadium.

People will be able to ask questions of the committee on key local issues.

Hosts England kick off at headquarters at 8pm on Friday, September 18, followed by France vs Italy at 8pm on the Saturday, England vs Wales on September 26, England vs Australia on October 3 and Australia vs Wales on October 10.

Knockout fixtures follow on October 17, 18, 24, 25 and 31 as 20 teams from around the world battle it out for the Web Ellis Cup.

The total of 10 matches at Twickenham stadium will attract hundreds of thousands of fans to the area and neighbours can find out what to expect and what has been put in place to protect their quality of life around that time.

Tickets for the World Cup go on general sale from September 12. Visit rugbyworldcup.com/frontrow for more information.

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