- Friday 15th December: Keynsham Cricketers v Wellsway Teachers football match followed by drinks and the annual 250 Club grand draw with prizes of £1,000, £400 and £200, hosted by new 250 Club secretary Pete Tweedie at approx 6pm.
- Christmas Eve: Club open until 8pm, including Christmas raffle draw and change pot sweepstake results.
- Friday 29th December: Kieren Windsor hosting his first 'Port & Stilton with the Chairman' event from 4pm.
This Christmas we have the following events taking place at Keynsham Cricket Club, all are welcome so come and join us over the festive season:
We have recently found out that Keynsham CC has been shortlisted for Nominate Dyson, a scheme that could result in the club being awarded £10,000 worth of Dyson technology.
To be in with a chance we once again need to make an appeal for your votes. No registration is required, please just click the poster above or button below and search for Keynsham Cricket Club to vote for us to progress to the next stage. Please also pass on the link to friends, family and co-workers so they can lend their support. Voting closes 3rd of December.
Please also keep voting and promoting our entry for the Aviva Community Fund that closes on 21st November.
As part of the ongoing efforts to refurbish the club pavilion we have entered this year's Aviva Community Fund and have been fortunate to be shortlisted for the next stage of the competition. To remain in with a chance of receiving up to £25,000 in funding we need your votes.
It's easy to get involved, just click either the Aviva banner above or the button below to register and vote. Each registration can vote up to 10 times so please do sign up, vote for our project, and pass the details on to friends, family and co-workers so they can support us as well. All support is much appreciated and every vote counts towards given us a better chance of successfully funding our project.
As things stand there are still a number of important club roles that need taking on at this year's AGM.
Without a full committee there will be a significant limit to what the club can accomplish, meaning a reduction in the time, money and effort that can be invested in cricket and cricket facilities. Ultimately, insufficient volunteers will severely jeopardise the club as a whole. A number of current volunteers are no longer able to commit the same amount of time to covering different roles and so additional help is urgently required.
Key roles in need of filling:
The committee asks that all members look at how they can help the club continue to operate successfully by volunteering some of their time for the above roles.
It's the time of year again where we need volunteers to help 'put the ground to bed' for the winter.
Work will be carried out on Saturday 7th October from 9am to clear the ground of any debris and rubbish that has accumulated and put down fresh loam on the square to improve the quality of pitches for 2018.
All volunteers will be compensated with hot drinks and a bacon roll so please make an effort to help out and ensure we can continue to improve the standard of our playing facilities.