The Committee seeks to meet the KCCSC objectives of providing members with facilities on and off the field, raising funds for Kent Cricket projects and strengthening ties, where possible, between players and grass roots supporters.
At Canterbury and Tunbridge Wells Festival Cricket Weeks the KCCSC provides marquees for its members with a great view of the action and occasionally useful shelter from the English summer!
KCCSC continues to issue a quality quarterly magazine free to members, which is bigger than ever and highly regarded. Containing Club news, Editorials, Articles from club members, Cricket quizzes and much more besides. The Magazine has been issued continuously since its inception in 1977.
The club currently subsidises two stakeholder lunches per year at the Spitfire Ground St Lawrence, a Lunch at the Annual General Meeting, a Festival Dinner at Tunbridge Wells Cricket Week, and a Christmas Lunch at Tonbridge.
The Club runs a 50/50 Competition to help raise funds which is used to support young cricketers in the Academy.
The club continues to organise the annual wreath laying ceremony at The Spitfire Ground St. Lawrence during Canterbury Cricket Week.
The legacy from a former member Alan Wright has enabled KCCSC to commission a plaque depicting all Kent Grounds used in the County Championship since 1890, which will be installed shortly and which is hoped will provide a point of interest in the Ground.
The new portrait of Frank Woolley by local artist Suzanne Norfolk contributed to by the Supporters Club is now hanging in the Chieseman Pavilion at the St Lawrence ground Canterbury.
To enable you to look your finest at club events and Kent matches, the club produces branded ties, polo shirts and sweat shirts.
Members can contact our Club Treasurer Terry Hall by phone or email to buy any of these products and either have them delivered or collect them at the next Kent home match.