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  • Calling all Exiles! Meet the players this summer | Gloucestershire Cricket
    Day at the Brewin Dolphin Cheltenham Cricket Festival Meet The Players Sunday 28 June The Gloucestershire squad will be joining the Exiles for an evening meal after close of play on day 2 of the Championship match against Surrey The event is at the Archbishop Tenison s School just across the road from the Oval Ticket price is 29 50 to include a 2 course hot meal and tea or coffee with a cash bar The function will take place irrespective of the weather or state of play This is an excellent chance to meet and mingle with the players on a relaxed social occasion For tickets please send your cheque made payable to Gloucestershire Exiles to event organiser Jon Paine at 36 Kent Gardens Ealing London W13 8BU A stamped self addressed envelope should be included for reply Jon s e mail is jon paine barclays com Brewin Dolphin Cheltenham Cricket Festival Exiles Day Wednesday 15 July This ever popular event will be held on the opening day of the LV County Championship match against Leicestershire in a dedicated marquee Ticket price is 34 to include tea coffee biscuits on arrival a buffet lunch and afternoon tea and cakes There is also a pay bar The function will take place irrespective of the weather Tickets are obtainable from Ian Herdman 46 Conifer Crest Wash Common Newbury Berkshire RG14 6RT Tel 01635 42284 Please make cheques payable to Gloucestershire Exiles and enclose a stamped self addressed envelope Ian s e mail is ianaherdman yahoo co uk To find out more about the Exiles click here Willey helps Northants take charge on day two Next generation join players and coaches at annual media day with photo gallery News All News Cricket News Club news Community News News Archive 2016 News Archive

    Original URL path: http://www.gloscricket.co.uk/calling-all-exiles-meet-the-players-this-summer/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Players lend a helping hand at record breaking NatWest CricketForce event | Gloucestershire Cricket
    while Frocester s allocated players Liam Norwell and Matt Taylor assisted with cleaning the changing rooms and erecting advertising boards at Pounds Close James Fuller and David Payne went to Hatherley and Reddings while Ian Cockbain and Jack Taylor pictured helped out at Frenchay Ann Willemstein from Winchcombe said the club s pre season preparations had been given a boost by an appearance from allrounder Robbie Montgomery and wicketkeeper Cameron Herring She said They really piled in to help with cleaning the bar and all the glasses pulling out weeds and generally helping out They were cheerful friendly and engaged and we really appreciate them giving up their time to come so far to help us Dumbleton were delighted to have assistance from Gareth Roderick and Craig Miles pictured with Tommy Boorman Glos U11 Youth coordinator Pete Boorman said The ground and pavilion is also looking super smart due in part to a very well attended Natwest CricketForce day on Saturday Over 50 club members were joined by two members of the Gloucestershire County Cricket squad who cleaned painted stained repaired tidied hoovered washed sealed power hosed raked dredged fenced re organised and cobwebbed to help get everything ready for the new season Reflecting on the county s busiest CricketForce Gloucestershire Cricket Board GCB clubs and programmes officer Eric Woodmason said It was fantastic to see so many clubs taking part and coming together to get their grounds ready for the new season It was particularly pleasing to see a significant sign on following each of the recent GCB Club Roadshows in Gloucester and Bristol Eric said he was also delighted to see an increase in the number of clubs signing up for a Jewson Privilege Account The scheme gives clubs 350 to spend on Jewson products for a 50

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  • Glos players help raise £4k for youth cricket at GCB golf day | Gloucestershire Cricket
    set up The event at Cirencester Golf Club featured 27 teams from local businesses and cricket clubs as well as Gloucestershire Cricket players Hamish Marshall pictured Gareth Roderick Craig Miles and Jack and Matt Taylor GCB chief executive Steve Silk said We are hugely grateful to Cirencester Golf Club and all of the clubs businesses and GCB partners who took part or donated prizes for our raffle and silent auction It was a terrific day and the amount of additional work we will be able to do as a result is fantastic The money raised will ensure we can reach more children in primary schools and continue to improve our district and county boys and girls programmes The majority of the money was raised through the silent auction and raffle The auction prizes included tables for 10 to watch Gloucestershire at the Bristol County Ground and Cheltenham Festival a chance to get a bespoke bat made at the Gray Nicolls workshop four balls at a variety of top golf courses and the opportunity to spend the day on the gallops with horse racing trainer Fergal O Brien On the course the battle of the Gloucestershire players was won by Jack Taylor but the overall individual winner was Frocester CC s Sam Birch with 40 points Frocester also triumphed in the team event with the Geriatric Golfers featuring some of the club s self proclaimed elder statesmen winning with a score of 126 Cirencester firm Aimteq Energy Management finished runners up for the second year in a row but didn t go home empty handed after winning the yellow ball competition To view photos of the day click here To listen to Gareth Jack Matt and Craig reflect on their own performances and each others click below Teams announced for pre

    Original URL path: http://www.gloscricket.co.uk/glos-players-help-raise-4k-for-youth-cricket-at-gcb-golf-day/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Community event at the Bristol Pavilion | Gloucestershire Cricket
    raising powers whilst at the same time decentralising revenue programmes currently managed by Whitehall But what are the opportunities and risks for the voluntary and community sector across the West of England This will be the question considered at the event chaired by Alex Marsh of Bristol University and broadcast live on radio as part of an extended Onelove breakfast show with Ujima BCfm The Mayor George Ferguson will be joined by a range of leaders from the community including Joanna Holmes CEO Barton Hill settlement Chris Head CEO West of England Rural Network Marti Burgess inner city social entrepreneur Matthew Symonds Co Chair Greater Bedminster Community Partnership Mark Graham CEO For All Healthy Living Centre Weston super Mare and Sandy Hore Ruthven CEO Creative Youth Network Voscur spokesperson Paul Hassan says Voscur is keen to ensure the voluntary and community sector are fully engaged in the debate around city devolution and that any opportunities for change of governance take on board the need for greater community democracy and enhanced neighbourhood economic development Discussions are already taking place between Bristol and the three unitary authorities in the West of England sub region the former Avon County along with the other city regions of England to claim significant new powers and devolved resources from central government This follows developments in policy from the Government Opposition and the Scottish referendum on devolution last year The Government has announced a series of deals with city regions on devolution of powers and agreements in principle to work together as combined authorities In addition to Greater Manchester which has the first devolution agreement with Government deals are being discussed with the other core cities The Government has indicated that it would welcome a commitment from the four unitary authorities in the West of England to

    Original URL path: http://www.gloscricket.co.uk/community-event-at-bristol-pavilion/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Volunteer with Gloucestershire Cricket this summer at big events including The Women’s Ashes and Madness | Gloucestershire Cricket
    Blast fixtures and the England v India Royal London One Day International We were overwhelmed last year with the enthusiasm shown by every single Cricketeer Roz Hutchings Head of Community Engagement told us It was great to work alongside members of the community who simply wanted to get involved with Gloucestershire Cricket and help us create some amazing match day experiences Plus it is a great opportunity for people to gain work experience and develop their skills To become a Cricketer it is not essential to have an experience or knowledge of cricket although it helps but most importantly Gloucestershire Cricket want volunteers who love big sporting occasions and are excited about creating a buzzing atmosphere The roles will include greeting spectators with a big smile as they arrive and thank them for coming as they leave hand out freebies at the gates help spectators find their way around the ground and be on hand to muck in and help in other areas such as catering media and hospitality as needed There are loads of benefits from becoming a Cricketeer Roz continues Not only will you get to be involved in a fantastic summer of sport and get the chance to see Madness every Cricketeer will be provided with full training plus at the end of the programme they ll get to keep their kit receive a certificate to show their participation and be given two tickets to come and enjoy a game next season One of the Cricketeers from last year Adam Whitty a graduate from the University of Bristol told us I absolutely loved being part of the Cricketeers programme I was able to get involved with a local organisation that is trying to do something really special in Bristol gave up my own time to interact and

    Original URL path: http://www.gloscricket.co.uk/volunteer-with-gloucestershire-cricket-this-summer-at-big-events-including-the-womens-ashes-and-madness/ (2016-02-12)
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  • GCCC Heritage Trust Update | Gloucestershire Cricket
    raising timescale we had given ourselves by about two years An application to the Heritage Lottery Fund was planned to raise the major part of the money we needed A pre application enquiry was submitted to HLF resulting in several discussions and meetings with HLF personnel which eventually proved most disappointing Their advice on how to proceed basically involved a probable 3 or 4 years process with little likelihood of success because of the great competition in the South West Clearly we felt we should not take this route We continue to seek major funding elsewhere We are now a registered charity GCCC Heritage Trust Registered Charity number 1157441and the 4 trustees are myself Wendy Body Roger Gibbons and Sarah Blowen We have Angela Greenwood as an additional committee member Having become a registered charity some months ago we submitted our application to HMRC to enable us to claim gift aid crucial for our fund raising We have only just heard that the application has been approved We have never anticipated raising substantial funds from the Friends of the museum because it would be unrealistic and unfair to do so Nevertheless we now have 101 Friends who have made donations some in excess of the 10 for 1 year and 30 for 3 years Congratulations by the way to Stephen Chalke who was the 100 th Friend and to Michael Hill who won the Angela Harris watercolour draw for those donating more than 50 Friends who donate 500 or more become Patrons We currently have 3 of these with 2 more committed We would be very grateful to receive donations from those whose memberships are due for renewal and equally delighted to receive contributions from new friends Cheques should be made payable to GCCC Heritage Trust and sent or delivered

    Original URL path: http://www.gloscricket.co.uk/gccc-heritage-trust-update/ (2016-02-12)
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  • COTSWOLDS & NORTH WILTSHIRE REGION AGM | Gloucestershire Cricket
    Page Player Coach Sponsor Conferences and Events The Club About us Calendar of events BS7 Gym Sports Hall and Net Hire Recruitment Contact us Community About Us News Events Community Programmes Fundraising Get involved Gloucestershire Cricket Board Gloucestershire Cricket Trust Gloucestershire News COTSWOLDS NORTH WILTSHIRE REGION AGM Posted on 18 February 2015 The Region s Annual General Meeting will be held at The Moonrakers Cricklade Road Swindon SN2 5AA Thursday 05 March 2015 at 7 00pm All members and club supporters from the region are invited to attend Other guests are most welcome Memorial Service for John Higson England v Australia Benny s World Cup Blog News All News Cricket News Club news Community News News Archive 2016 News Archive February January 2015 News Archive December November October September August July June May April March February January 2014 News Archive December November October September August July June May April March February January 2013 News Archive December November October September August July June May April March February January 2012 News Archive December November October September August July June May April March February January This page is having a slideshow that uses Javascript Your browser either doesn t support Javascript or you

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  • Cheltenham & North Cotswolds AGM | Gloucestershire Cricket
    Club About us Calendar of events BS7 Gym Sports Hall and Net Hire Recruitment Contact us Community About Us News Events Community Programmes Fundraising Get involved Gloucestershire Cricket Board Gloucestershire Cricket Trust Gloucestershire News Cheltenham North Cotswolds AGM Posted on 6 February 2015 GCCC Cheltenham North Cotswolds AGM to be held at The New Club Montpellier Parade Cheltenham GHL50 1UD on Thursday 26th February 2015 at 6 30pm Special Guest Will Brown Chief Executive GCCC For more information please contact the Secretary Marie Journeaux on 01452 303 851 or mariejourneaux mjcorporateevents co uk Benny Blog Howell on his winter in Australia and our new head coach Gloucestershire Cricket saddened by the death of John Higson News All News Cricket News Club news Community News News Archive 2016 News Archive February January 2015 News Archive December November October September August July June May April March February January 2014 News Archive December November October September August July June May April March February January 2013 News Archive December November October September August July June May April March February January 2012 News Archive December November October September August July June May April March February January This page is having a slideshow that uses Javascript

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