Forthcoming Events

Our Autumn programme is still being finalised and further events will be added over the coming weeks. Please note Bath meetings will be at a new venue. See Events Page for more details.

Thursday 4 October 2018
Chester-Le-Street
- Alan Butcher

Tuesday 16 October 2018
London - John Barclay
Bath - Roger Knight

Friday 26 October 2018
London - Autumn Lunch at The Oval

Tuesday 6 November 2018
London -
AGM followed by joint meeting with Trust
Stephen Fay and David Kynaston

Tuesday 13 November 2018
Bath - Derek Randall

Tuesday 4 December 2018
Bath - Angus Fraser

Friday 7 December 2018
London - Alan Butcher

 

 

 

President: John Barclay

Vice Presidents:
Chris Lowe, Vic Marks, Sir Tim Rice and Derek Underwood MBE        

 

“The Cricket Society aims to promote cricket in all its spheres – listening, reading, watching and playing. I am delighted to be associated with it, attend its dinners and other events, and read its informative and entertaining publications.  I lead a strong Presidential team that includes distinguished former England test cricketers Derek Underwood and Vic Marks. If you love cricket, don’t delay, join today.”

John Barclay, President               

 

 

For full details of all our planned events at all locations
please go to our Events Page                                                                         

 

 

Cricket Society Contacts

Membership Administration: David Wood, PO Box 6024, Leighton Buzzard, LU7 2ZS  Email
Bulletin Editor and Librarian: John Symons, 110 Whyke Lane, Chichester, PO19 8AS   Email
Journal Editor: Nigel Hancock, Flat 14, 124 Charles Street, Leicester, LE1 1LB  Email
Hon Secretary (General, non-membership, enquiries): Derek Barnard Email

For more details about The Cricket Society please go to our About Us page.
For more details of our President, Vice Presidents, Executive Committee and other key officers please go to our People Section

Website last updated on 29 June 2018
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