Tuesday 17th July - Members' Cricket Forum (Lunch time in The Boundary Hub)

Tuesday 17th July - PCA Former Players Day

Wednesday 18th July -  Exiles' Lunch (Gloucestershire Exiles)

Friday 20th July - Raffle in aid of the GCCC Academy (Cotswold & North Wiltshire Region)

Sunday 22nd July - Festival Service in the College Chapel led by the Rev. Bob Hill (10 - 10.45am) Collection in aid of the GCCC Heritage Trust.

Cricket Memorabilia Market - Monday 23 July 

There will be, for the first time, a Cricket Memorabilia Market at the Cheltenham Cricket Festival on Day 2 of the Durham game - Monday 23 July. A match ticket or membership gains free admission to this event which will run from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm. It will be held in a marquee at the College Lawn end of the ground.

There will be a variety of stallholders selling a range of cricket memorabilia including Ashes mementoes, books (both signed and unsigned), brochures, ceramics, cigarette cards, DVD's, photographs, pictures, postcards, prints, programmes, scorecards and Wisdens.

Additionally, Malcolm Nash (ex-Glamorgan) will be there to sell and sign copies of his recently published autobiography, "Not Only, But Also : My Life in Cricket", which was timed to coincide with the 50 years since Garry Sobers hit 6 sixes in an over off his bowling at Swansea in 1968.

All the stallholders' fees for their stall will be going to GCCC.

Monday 23rd July - Festival Coffee Morning with the use of the Marquee for the remainder of the day.

10.30am - 12 noon    Coffee / Tea and Cookies   

Further details and tickets available from:-  Mrs. Anne Graham  Tel. 01242 242617

 

Tuesday 24th July - Cotswolds & North Wiltshire Region - Barbecue & Quiz

Come along and enjoy a delicious barbecue after close of playwith the GCCC playing squad and coaches followed by a general knowledge quiz run by our highly entertaining Quiz master, Phil James.

For further details - please click here

Tuesday 24th July - Life Members' Day (Cheltenham & North Cotswold Region)

Friday 27th July - Raffle in aid of the GCCC Academy (Cotswold & North Wiltshire Region)


And, on a daily basis during each day of our Specsavers County Championship Matches, Gloucestershire Cricket is proud to announce ‘Cricket Chat for Cricket Lovers’ in The Boundary Hub; before play, at lunch time, at tea time and after play.  Batting Order includes:

 

Rob Andrew                              Sussex CCC CEO & former RFU Director and England Fly-Half

Philip Serrell                               BBC “Flog It” Auctioneer & Valuer

Richard Madley                          IPL Auctioneer and a regular on BBC Bargain Hunt

Tim O’Gorman & Mike Smith      Chair/Vice-Chair of ECB’s Disciplinary Committee

Rob Chambers                           Millichamp and Hall (Cricket Bat Makers)

Grenville Simons                        Author Lillywhite’s Legacy – a history of the Cheltenham Cricket Festival

Dr Jim Cumbes                          “The Good old days of Football and Cricket”

Jason Gillespie                            Sussex CCC Coach and former Australian Cricketer

Malcolm Nash                            Memories of 6 x 6’s in an Over!

Roger Gibbons                           Archivist, Gloucestershire Cricket County Club

Alan Wilkins                              Former Glamorgan and Gloucestershire Cricket, Radio & TV Broadcaster and Author of “Easier                                                         Said Than Done: A Life in Sport”