Kent Cricket is delighted to announce that the Kent Cricket Club Shop will be re-opening from Saturday 20th June, by appointment only.
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Kent Cricket Shop has been temporarily closed since Monday 23rd March, with sales moving solely online.
In-line with government guidelines, a number of safety measures will be in place when the shop reopens, to ensure the welfare of staff and customers.
Kent Cricket’s Retail manager, Barrie Dyer said “I am delighted to be able to re-open the shop after this period of lockdown. It will be great to once again welcome cricket fans and players alike back into the Kent Cricket Shop.
“We have an extensive range of cricket equipment available, from bats, shoes, helmets and gloves, to a range of Kent training and playing shirts; with the in-demand Vitality Blast and 1993 Legacy shirt now back in stock.
“We will still be fulfilling all online orders as usual, and I am available to support with enquiries, from advice on sizing, to helping customers select the correct equipment for their requirements.”
To book your appointment for the Kent Cricket Shop in advance, please call 01227 473617 or contact Kent Cricket’s Retail Manager Barrie Dyer via email@example.com.
Opening Times – By Appointment Only
- MONDAY – CLOSED
- TUESDAY – CLOSED
- WEDNESDAY – 10AM – 3PM
- THURSDAY – CLOSED
- FRIDAY – 10AM – 3PM
- SATURDAY – 10AM – 3PM
- SUNDAY – CLOSED
The safety measures which will be in place, include the below:
The Club shop, located on-site at The Spitfire Ground, St Lawrence will be accessible by appointment only, from 10am-3pm on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays.
Shop capacity numbers have been limited to ensure adherence to social-distancing protocols. Therefore, appointments will be limited to customers from the same household per booking.
Face coverings must be worn when in-store. These will also be available to purchase from the Club shop for £1 if required.
Gloves will be provided free of charge, to enable customers to browse equipment with added peace of mind.
Upon entering the Club shop, customers will be requested to use the hand sanitiser provided.
Where possible, card payment is the preferred method of payment.
To protect staff and customers’ safety, a Perspex screen has been fitted at the till point.
A frequent cleaning schedule will be implemented, to ensure that objects and surfaces that are touched regularly are kept clean.