History

In November 2011, the Cricket Club was subject to an arson attack and the fire caused irreparable damage to the pavilion, you can read about the attack here. The club have been working hard since the attack and recently received planning permission from West Berkshire Council to develop a new pavilion that would provide much better facilities for the local area, the club and disabled cricket in the region.

Fundraising

Sadly, all good things come at a price, and the new pavilion is no exception, the building cost quoted to us was in excess of £210000. Our insurance didn't cover us for such an amount, so our fundraising team have been hard at work and have managed to secure funding major funding that's listed below. Most importantly you have helped us raise in excess of £17000!, that includes £10000 in online donations only since April!

  • Sport England   £42650
  • Greenham Common Trust   £42000
  • Englefield Common Trust   £5000
  • Queen's Diamond Jubilee legacy project   £3000
  • Vodafone   £1000 towards painting materials and sundries

You can help the club to raise this money required! Click donate above to find out how! If you have any questions, you can get in touch using the contact form