Tunbridge Wells Cricket Club warmly welcomes new members.
We’d like to think that this was a picture of Jimmy Anderson actually signing for the Club. But alas no. However, the next best thing was that he took time out a week before the start of the Ashes series to appear as guest of honour at a wine dinner at the Hotel du Vin. JA signed ‘the shirt’ with the endorsed, ‘403’ – his England record for the most Test wickets ever.
TWCC members present gave him a few tips and the rest as they say, is history. Members can enjoy a glass of Jimmy’s 3 wines he has under his own branded label, at the Club, in celebration of the Ashes victory.
Club Appeal 2015:
Funds raised for our top ground pavilion currently stands at £9716. For full details of events and how you can help, please click here.
Come and meet us at our Summer Nets:
Men’s training will be on Tuesday evenings from April 14th 2015 from 18.00, at The Nevill Ground, and we welcome any under 18s and others who wish to play men’s cricket for TWCC. These sessions are run by qualified cricket coaches.
- By joining and playing, whether as a Country member or Full Member and willing to play at least 8 adult games in the season, a member can also ensure that their child is offered a place in the youth section
- Any existing adult playing member recommending a new player will get a discount off their membership fee. Please refer to the terms and conditions
Please contact: Mark Williams – see contacts page
Women’s training – see Women’s cricket page. We welcome any under 18s and others who wish to play ladies’ cricket for TWCC.
Please contact: Stephen Green – see contacts page
Youth cricket is a major part of our Club activity for both boys and girls who are under 18. Take a look at our youth pages for detailed information.
Widely acknowledged as one of the most picturesque grounds in the country, The Nevill is a marvellous place to play cricket. We have a comfortable pavilion with a well-stocked bar, so even if you are a non-playing member you can just call by and take in some cricket while relaxing over a cool drink. E.W.Swanton referred to the venue as “no mean contender for the most delectable English Cricket Ground” citing “this glorious rhododendral splendour” on one June visit.
TWCC is a Clubmark and Community Focus Club as designated by the ECB/KCB.
Kent County Cricket Club come here annually and play One-Day matches and at least one 4-day County Championship game.
Click here for a brief review of last season
Click here for a little history