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Wicketz receives funding boost from LNER
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Wicketz receives funding boost from LNER

The Wicketz programme has been granted £40,000 by the LNER Community Improvement Fund for its projects in Peterborough and Hull to bring communities together through cricket, and educate young people on social issues.

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Nicholas Parsons CBE

Everyone at the Lord’s Taverners is saddened to hear of the passing of Nicholas Parsons, CBE.

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Denly supporting Runs for Change

England batsman is supporting our Runs For Change campaign – giving fans the chance to raise money for the charity with every run he scores in test matches.

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Our themes | Skills for life
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Our themes | Skills for life

Through all of our cricket programmes, we're nurturing an active lifestyle, responsibility, confidence, resilience and much more.

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Hubs unite at Edgbaston for workshops
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Hubs unite at Edgbaston for workshops

Young people who attend Wicketz in Manchester, West Midlands and Leicester took part in a competitive tournament and youth voice workshops at Edgbaston during the Christmas break.

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A Year In Review | Super 1s

A year of expansion for our Super 1s programme in 2019 as new projects were launched across the country, the first ever Super 1s residential took place at Avon Tyrrell in the New Forest, finishing with the great Shane Warne presenting the trophies at the London Super 1s Finals at Lord’s.

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A Year In Review | Wicketz

Our Wicketz programme has gone from strength to strength in 2019, with the introduction of the first ever Wicketz residential for girls, a visit from the Cricket World Cup to our Luton project and a ringing endorsement of the programme from the West Midlands Police Crime Commissioner.

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