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Kent Cricket and the Kent Cricket Community Trust release combined Impact Report for 2023

Wednesday 3rd April 2024


Kent Cricket and the Kent Cricket Community Trust (KCCT) are pleased to publish their Impact Report for 2023.

Impact Report 2023

The annual report recognises a number of achievements from across the county:

  • Launch of the Kent Women’s Premier League
  • Development of 6 new “Street Cricket” programmes across the county
  • Record numbers of volunteers recognised for their hard work and achievements
  • Launch of our ‘Cricket4London’ initiative with additional investment in projects in SE London
  • KCCT delivering both their “First Change Programme” refugee support and “50 Overs” walking cricket programmes to record participants

2023 has been an incredible year across the recreational game in Kent. Participation statistics have risen across all areas for yet another year. As the game grows across the county, Kent Cricket’s key focus is to make sure that cricket is accessible to everyone.

The Community Team has also been growing year on year and there are now 22 staff who support the delivery of recreational cricket across the county, and through the work of the Kent Cricket Community Trust there are now year round, cricket-based programmes that reach beyond the boundary and provide targeted support for those communities who are most in need.

Speaking on the report, James Reid – Head of Community Cricket said “I am incredibly proud of our impact report for 2023. It encapsulates all the hard work of the Community Team and the Community Cricket Trust, and a huge amount of credit should go to everyone across those teams as we continue to strive in our ambition to make cricket the most accessible sport”.

Supporting the Kent Cricket Community Trust

Find out how you can support the work of the Kent Cricket Community Trust by volunteering your time, or by making a donation, via the link below.

Kent Cricket Community Trust