For only £10 a year, you can be part of the glorious band of Kent County Cricket Club supporters.
You will help sponsor our up and coming youngsters, our Academy and our beloved County Club, receive our quarterly magazine sent to your home, and enjoy the hospitality of our marquees at Tunbridge Wells Festival and at The Spitfire Ground, St Lawrence during Canterbury Week.
Enjoy lunches, dinners and special matchdays in the HR GO Recruitment Harris Room, socialise and listen to past and present players giving us the benefit of their cricketing experience and an insight into the life of a professional cricketer.
Single membership is £10 but for an extra fiver you can enrol each member of your family living at the same address. Junior Membership for 12-16 years is only £5.
Send in your name and address with a cheque payable to Kent CCSC for the appropriate amount to Membership Secretary: Mrs Daphne Farbrace, Cartref, Howfield Lane, Chartham Hatch, CT4 7NA.
For further information, e-mail email@example.com
1st draw for 2017, drawn at Canterbury during the Stakeholders’ lunch.
1st prize £173 Share No. 66 Mr F Curzon Reading
2nd prize £104 Share No. 341 Mr V Knight Canterbury
3rd prize £64 Share No. 105 Mr P Buckle Keston
4th prize £39 Share No.80 Mr R Stephens Herne Bay
5th prize £21 Share No.334 Mr P Senneck Churhdown Glos.
6th prize £16 Share No.248 Mr D E A Laker Tonbridge
The Kent Cricket Heritage Trust is a charitable trust set up to manage the collection of memorabilia, papers and artworks owned by Kent County Cricket Club.
We also want to let people know the part that cricket has played in the history of the county, not only through the first-class game but also through the hundreds of town, village and wandering clubs that are an essential part of the game in Kent.
Annual membership of the Trust costs £10. For further information on how to join the Trust, e-mail Kent Cricket Honorary Curator firstname.lastname@example.org