The Cheshire Cricket Trust was established in 2012 and is Registered (No. 1147271) with the Charity Commission.

The Trust is proud of its association with the Cheshire Cricket Board but is run separately by its Trustees.
The Trust invites donations and bequests from followers of Cricket in Cheshire to develop the recreational game in the County and secure its future.

If you wish to make a donation to the Trust or wish us to consider support for a cricket related activity please contact us via 01606-871200 or email Cheshire Cricket Trust.
Cheques payable ‘Cheshire Cricket Trust’ may be sent to:
Cheshire Cricket Trust, c/o Cheshire Cricket Board, 2 Moss Farm Cottages Moss Farm Leisure Complex, Winnington, Northwich CW8 4BG

If you are a UK Tax payer, to help us maximise the value of your donation please print and complete a Gift Aid Declaration and post together with your donation to:
Cheshire Cricket Trust, c/o Cheshire Cricket Board, 2 Moss Farm Cottages Moss Farm Leisure Complex, Northwich CW8 4BG

For information about the Cheshire Cricket Trust, making a donation/bequest, or requesting support for a cricket related activity please email Cheshire Cricket Trust



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TRUSTEES:
David William Sharp, Michael John Guest, Sarah Elizabeth A McCann, Karl Roger Bamford, John Logan Petch

Cheshire Cricket Trust News & Archive

Spring 2017 Cheshire Cricket Board YoYo Tests - Fundraising for Charity The Trustees thank all the Girls and Boys attending the Excellence & District Coaching Courses for taking part in the YOYO TESTs and to their supporters for their generous donations towards the three Charities chosen by the Cheshire Cricket Board - The Cheshire Cricket Trust, Children with Cancer UK,and CRY (Cardiac Risk in the Young). The final total raised was £12300
Summer 2016 CHESHIRE CRICKET TRUST SUPPORTS CHILDREN'S COACHING COURSES The Cheshire Cricket Trust continues its offer to consider support for families with financial difficulties to assist children who may benefit from attendance on the Cheshire Cricket Board's Development Coaching Courses for Children. Applications should be supported by a Cheshire Cricket Club Official and sent to the Cheshire Cricket Trust, c/o 2 Moss Farm Cottages, Moss Farm Leisure Complex, Northwich CW8 4BG, accompanied by as much independent evidence of financial hardship as possible.
Spring 2016 Girls Specialist Coaching Course at Tytherington HS A donation from the Trust helped to provide this 6 hour course at a much reduced cost continuing the Trust's support for the Cheshire Cricket Bord's on-going promotion of the Girls and Women game in Cheshire.
Winter 2015/16 Cheshire Groundsmen's Association The Trustees made a donation to the Cheshire Groundsmen's Association with a request that it be used specifically for training and would be reflected in a reduction in course fees.
Winter 2015/16 Cheshire Umpires & Scorers Association The Trustees made a donation to the Cheshire Umpires & Scorers Association with a request that it be used specifically for training and would be reflected in a reduction in course fees.
Summer 2015 Gaby & Hannah Coaching in St Lucia With help from the Trust, Gaby and Hannah, who are both members of the 2015 Cheshire Women's squad, travelled to the Caribbean island to work with other coaches supporting cricket development for underprivileged children... READ MORE
Summer 2015 Cheshire Cricket Board YoYo Tests - Fundraising for Charity The Trustees thank all the Girls and Boys attending the Excellence & District Coaching Courses for taking part in the YOYO TESTs and to their supporters for their generous donations towards the three Charities chosen by the Cheshire Cricket Board - The Cheshire Cricket Trust, Children with Cancer UK,and CRY (Cardiac Risk in the Young)... READ MORE. The total amount raised was £13,500
Spring 2015 Support for Cheshire Women's Cricket League The Trustees offered to support individual hardship cases in the purchase of coloured clothing by players whose clubs have chosen to wear coloured clothing in competitions where the use of a pink ball allows teams the choice to play either totally in white or totally in coloured clothing.
Spring 2015 Joanne Herbertson joins Cheshire Cricket Board with help from the Cheshire Cricket Trust The Trust has helped support funding of Cheshire Cricket Board's first female Development & Coaching Officer to help develop WOMEN and Girls cricket in Cheshire.
FULL STORY courtesy Wheatsheaf World
Autumn 2014 CHESHIRE CRICKET TRUST SUPPORTS CHILDREN'S COACHING COURSES The Cheshire Cricket Trust offers to consider support for families with financial difficulties to assist children who may benefit from attendance on the Cheshire Cricket Board's Development Coaching Courses for Children. Applications should be supported by a Cheshire Cricket Club Official and sent to the Cheshire Cricket Trust, c/o 2 Moss Farm Cottages, Moss Farm Leisure Complex, Northwich CW8 4BG, accompanied by as much independent evidence of financial hardship as possible.
2014 Women's County Team run 5k to raise funds for the Trust The Women's senior county cricket team run 5K to raise funds for The Cheshire Cricket Trust. Thank you to Sarah McCann ... Sarah's 5k Run Page
2014 Trust Supports Cheshire Cobras VI CC The Trust supports the newly formed Cheshire Cobras Visually Impaired CC by providing shirts and caps.
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25 Mar 2013 Yo Yo Tests raise funds for Charity DETERMINED youngsters pushed through the pain barrier earlier this month (March 2013) to complete the gruelling "Yo Yo Test" in a bid to raise funds for two excellent causes. Registered charities Children With Cancer and the Cheshire Cricket Trust are the joint beneficiaries of the now annual fundraiser, which this year included players from 19 Excellence and District Courses around the county.
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The total amount raised was £9,500.
5 Feb 2013 Cheshire Cricket Trust supports U13 & U15 Club Cup Comps The Cheshire Cricket Trust is pleased to support the County Stage of the prestigious U13 & U15 Club Cup Comps in 2013 which give the winners a chance to progress to the regional stages of the U13 & U15 National Competitions ..... READ MORE
5 Feb 2013 FORMER ECB Disability Cricketer of the Year joins Cheshire Cricket Board with help from the Cheshire Cricket Trust FORMER ECB Disability Cricketer of the Year Chris Edwards has joined the staff of Cheshire Cricket Board Limited. Thanks to help from the newly-formed Cheshire Cricket Trust the 19-year-old from Caldy, who has represented the England Learning Disability team since 2008, began his part-time post with the Board over the Easter 2012 break.
READ Full Story on ECB website READ Cheshire Cricket Board story by Gareth Moorhouse
Read more about Chris on the Chance to Shine website

Commendation for Chris from a Cheshire School Teacher:
'Just had to let you know what a brilliant coach Chris is. He's fantastic with the children and really knows his stuff. He has really impressed everyone at our School.'