The annual Disability Day at Sussex County Cricket Club will take place on June 10th between 10am and 2pm. The event is one of the largest mass participation events in the south east for people with all types of disabilities.
Sussex County Cricket Club were delighted to hold a Street20 cricket taster session for BLAGSS (Brighton Lesbian and Gay Sports Society) to support the ECB’s promotion to the LGBT (Lesbian, Gay Bisexual & Transgender) community to the exciting world of cricket!
As part of the Sussex Cricket in the Community initiative ‘Feel Good’ the club teamed up with ‘Boundaries for Life’ (a health promotion intervention), to launch a free match - day health check service for fans attending the LV County Championship game against Northamptonshire CCC.
As part of National Cricket Week, three local primary schools gathered at West Wittering Beach for the inaugural Sussex Cricket Beach Bash, supported by West Wittering Estate.
The second day of Yorkshire Tea National Cricket Week started with us arriving at a very soggy looking Brighton train station, feeling decidedly nervous about whether beach cricket was a good idea! My mood wasn’t helped by my taxi driver looking at me incredulously when I told him that we were hosting a beach cricket on the seafront tournament today.
As part of the Sussex Cricket in the Community’s initiative “Get Smart” we have linked two important historical milestones in 2014.
The sunshine helped draw hundreds of people to the annual Sussex Cricket Disability Day, sponsored by Santander Corporate Banking, at the BrightonandHoveJobs.com County Ground today.