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Weʼre raising £1,800 to Help raise money for the High Wycombe Cricket Club Development of Future Cricketers Fund through our sponsored walk!

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On 27th October at 7am, the team will embark on an extraordinary walk from the home of cricket, Lords, to HWCC HQ, taking nearly 12 hours and covering a whopping 29 miles! This is one of biggest fund raisers we will be doing across the year so any support would be fantastic, whether that's through donations, taking on the challenge with us in full or just a section of the walk, providing support on the day or anything else that you can think of that will be of help to us!

A bit more about what we are trying to do is below.

We are pleased to inform you of a new initiative at High Wycombe Cricket Club; the Development of Future Cricketers.

This initiative has been set up by our Fundraising Committee; to enhance the development of cricketers within our Club. In order for us to be able to continue improving and developing our teams; from our Junior Teams right through to our Senior Team(s); we need to raise vital funds to continue to improve not only the quality of our training, but much needed and desired equipment to further enhance our training facilities and growth as a Club.

For us to achieve our goals, we are going to be fundraising as much as we can. As a tight-knit Community based Club; we believe that if we all work together across all age groups, we will be able to reach our target and therefore improve our facilities which will subsequently improve the performance of our Teams. The first target for us is to raise enough funds to purchase a fielding machine.

Some of our fundraising initiatives at present are a quiz night we have just completed, where we raised £622, a sponsored walk from HWCC to Lord’s and back, a race night and a silent auction amongst other ideas. If you have any ideas, donations, or simply want to get involved – please get in touch

HWCC Fundraising Committee.

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    • Yatigammana family

      Yatigammana family

      Oct 29, 2018

      Well done to everyone!

      £20.00

    • The Widdowson family

      The Widdowson family

      Oct 28, 2018

      Well done to you all!

      £30.00

    • Tracey Lasseter

      Tracey Lasseter

      Oct 28, 2018

      Fantastic achievement - well done!

      £40.00

    • Jack Lasseter

      Jack Lasseter

      Oct 28, 2018

      Well done boys!

      £10.00

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Oct 28, 2018

      Well done lads.From Theo Lovett and family

      £10.00

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Oct 27, 2018

      From Irish & Les

      £70.00

    • Joyce Walter

      Joyce Walter

      Oct 27, 2018

      Well done to you all, especially my grandson George (Lassie)

      £20.00

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    High Wycombe, United Kingdom

    The High Wycombe Cricket Club Development for Future Cricketers Fund has been set up to raise money for the future development of both the junior and senior sections of the club with aim to improve facilities and equipment. Our next event is the sponsored walk to Lords and back.

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