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Become A Sponsor

Wellington Cricket Club are looking for local businesses interested in sponsorship opportunities ahead of the 2019 season. The Club is already blessed with many wonderful and generous sponsors, but this does not mean that we do not have opportunities f

Membership (2 pages)

Wellington Cricket Club are now pleased to announce that senior and junior playing memberships are now available to purchase on the club's new online membership system. Playing Memberships At January's AGM, the membership approved the following fee

WCC Juniors (5 pages)

Wellington Cricket Club have an extensive Junior Section offering training and playing opportunities for boys and girls from age 9 to 15. Through the new ECB All Stars scheme we are now able to expand our offer to 5-to-8-year-olds for 2019. It will run ag

Club Kit

Wellington CC are pleased to announce that we have changed our playing/training kit brand from to Gray-Nicholls for the 2019 season. This was something that was suggested by several members as part of our annual players' survey. The playing kit

The 100 Club

You can now buy your number for our monthly raffle, the 100 Club. There are one hundred tickets for this raffle, each costing £10 each. For your tenner there are five monthly draws taking place from June to October. Each monthly draw has a top pri

Social and Fundraising

Wellington Cricket Club has a lively social scene withe the Fundraising and Social Committee working to organise events year-round. Check out the downloadable Social Calendar below to find out more about what's going on this season or use the website c

Function Room Hire

Wellington Cricket Club's pavilion is a modern and relaxed environment, perfect for birthday parties, christenings, anniversaries and wakes. Our facilities include a well-stocked bar featuring a range of draught beers and spirits; a wooden dancefloor t

Club History (3 pages)

It is a little known fact that the instigator of setting up a cricket club in Wellington was in fact a woman. A Mrs G E Hall wrote a letter which was published in the Wellington Journal and Shrewsbury News in 1946. In her letter Mrs Hall deplored the lack


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