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I had heard about this ground and its history and got the opportunity to watch a match there. It truly is a very lovely ground, exceptionally well maintained with magnificent views - for spectators and also players.
If you like watching cricket in a quintessentially...More
Not into cricket but had heard how pleasant this place is - so whilst in the area I had a look, it is what you imagine of a true village cricket ground, and you can see the attraction in the summer sitting in the sun...More
The setting is as already recorded on this site is excellent and a wonderful place to spend time. The basic facilities are very basic especially with large events where the toilet facilities need much to be desired- some would say that by the end of...More
Bitterly disappointed ! Yes very pretty estate BUT no electronic scoreboard, difficult for older people to read without binoculars. County game but all spectators had to pay to get in, then there were no facilities for the spectators. The Pavilion was exclusively for the dignitaries,...More
If you can imagine a sophisticated version of the perfect village green cricket ground this it. Situated in its own natural bowl with thatched scoreboard and club house this is cricket heaven. If you were asked to design your ideal cricket pitch this would tick...More
Sir Paul took some wise advise when planning this accessible (from M40, but NOT from a local railway station) cricket ground and emplyed Harry Brind the ex Surrey CCC groundsman and the result is one of the best cricket grounds in the country. Awesome is...More