COVID-19 Update - The latest on GCCC activity
30 March 2020
Everyone at Gloucestershire Cricket hopes that Members, supporters, partners and their loved ones are all faring well during these times.
Our priority remains the health and wellbeing of everyone involved with the club. With this in mind, we continue to follow all government advice regarding the current situation.
Please take a look at the latest measures taken by Gloucestershire Cricket to address COVID-19 below.
Gloucestershire Cricket Offices
The Club Offices are closed at present and will re-open as and when government advice allows us to do so. We are still contactable by telephone or email, although our response times may be slower than usual due to remote working practices.
Ticketing, Hospitality and Membership queries
The current position regarding the cricket season is that all activities have been postponed until the end of May. This situation is fast-moving and all dates are subject to change. If you have purchased a ticket or hospitality for a match that is subsequently cancelled you will be entitled to a full refund. We would ask all Members for their patience regarding queries on their membership, given the evolving nature of current events and the unknown element of how much cricket we may be able to play in 2020.
Whilst the gym is closed until further notice, please do visit the gym’s social channels for daily fitness tips and online classes that you can participate in.
Conference & Events
All bookings for the Bristol Pavilion have been postponed and/or cancelled until further notice. We have cancelled all our April, May and June 150th anniversary events, and the Club’s AGM has had to be postponed until later in the year (date to be confirmed); events planned for July onwards will be confirmed in due course.
Bristol County Ground Shop
The shop will be closed to the public until further notice. The online shop continues to operate albeit within prolonged delivery timescales.
Everyone at Gloucestershire Cricket sends their best wishes, please stay safe.