Many thanks to Freddie Flintoff for officially opening Mobberley CC's nets! Thanks also go to Biffa Award for their support.
The project has been funded by Biffa Award, a multi-million pound environment fund managed by the Royal Society of Wildlife Trusts (RSWT), which utilises landfill tax credits donated by Biffa Waste Services.
The club's thanks go to Biffa Award for their generous support of this community project. Please follow the Biffa Award link on the left for more information.
If you would like to know more about the nets and Mobberley Cricket Club in general, please contact the Chairman, details below.
Deep in rural Cheshire, Mobberley Cricket Club is a friendly club in an idyllic country setting. We are a small but inclusive club which welcomes players of all ages and regardless of ability. Located in the heart of the village next to Mobberley's 500+ year-old church, our doors are open to all, whether to play or to just watch.
Whilst the club dates back to 1876, it has very modern facilities with these new state-of-the-art outdoor nets as well as multiple grass practice surfaces. If you have children who want to play cricket or who just like being outside, bring them along with you on Friday evenings from 5.00pm, with the bar open to welcome mums, dads and carers after a long week! Please come along at any time to see the ground. For further information on visiting, socialising, playing or on how to become a member then please contact Club Chairman Mr Richard Mountney on Tel. 07826915693.
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