Tuesday 16th July – Annual coffee morning at 10.30am in a Marquee at the Festival. A chance to meet up with other members and supporters for coffee and cookies before start of play.
Tuesday 16 July – Professional Cricketers’ Association – Former Players Day
Wednesday 17 July – Cricket Memorabilia Market -
There will be a Cricket Memorabilia Market, in a marquee, on Wednesday 17th July - day 3 of the County Championship game betwen Gloucestershire and Leicestershire.
The market will run from 10:00 to around 17:00. Access to the event is by purchase of a ground ticket or by GCCC membership. Items for sale will include Ashes mementos, autographs, brochures, ceramics, cigarette cards, GCCC related items, photographs, postcards, prints, programmes and Wisdens. There will be a wide variety of stallholders and items for sale.
It is also hoped that there will be a book signing for a recently published cricket book. This is the second year for this event and is, once again, being run by Ken Burney who is a committee member of the Cheltenham Cricket Society and a member of the Cricket Memorabilia Society.
Please contact Ken on 07967 119 930 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Friday 19 July – Ground Raffle (Cotswold & North Wiltshire)
Sunday 21 July - Festival Service 10:00am to 10:45am - open to all. Preacher Rev R. R Reakes at the College Chapel
Sunday 21 July - Life members’ and Vice Presidents’ Day from 10.30am in a Marquee at the Festival.
Monday 22 July – Barbeque & Quiz Evening at the close of play (Cotswold & North Wiltshire Region)
Tuesday 23 July – Exiles Day – An enjoyable social occasion and we look forward to seeing all those members and guests who have booked.
Thursday 25 July – There will be a Ground Raffle (Cotswold & North Wiltshire)
Friday 26 July - There will be a Ground Raffle (Cotswolds and North Wiltshire)
Throughout Festival – Festival Grand Draw (Cheltenham)
Throughout Festival – Boundary Hub – During Specsavers County Championship matches at the Festival (Speakers to be announced during the Festival)