Owing to the present emergency regarding the corona virus, a decision has been made to postpone the Kent County Cricket Supporters Club Annual General Meeting which was to be held on Saturday the 28th of March 2020 at the St Lawrence Ground Canterbury.
Further advice will follow when a fresh date for the AGM is arranged.
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We are sorry to have to announce that David Summerfield, a colourful character for many seasons at Kent grounds and well known to all as the 'Cricket Book seller', sadly passed away on Sunday aged 81. Our condolences are offered to his family and especially his son Keith who was ever present with David at Kent cricket over many years. In the current circumstances the funeral will be restricted to close family members.
A full obituary will appear in the Autumn edition of the Kent Cricket Supporters Club magazine.
Hot off the press, copies of the Special Lockdown Edition magazine should now be with members. Full of the usual range of interesting articles, if members have not received their copy please contact Daphne Farbrace, Membership Secretary.
Hot off the press, copies of the Summer 2020 magazine should now be with members. Full of the usual range of interesting articles, if members have not received their copy please contact Daphne Farbrace, Membership Secretary.
The long awaited book on Kent Cricket Grounds is now at the printers and with a favourable wind (it is printed in India) should be with us by the start of the season.