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Arundel Castle Cricket Foundation announce the appointment of four inaugural Patrons
We are delighted to announce the appointment of our four Patrons:
Clare Connor CBE
Wear Red For Ruth at Arundel - Thursday July 30th
Calling all families! We're delighted to announce that the first of our 12 ‘A Celebration of Cricket For All at Arundel’ events will be Thursday, July 30th, to support and raise funds for the wonderful Ruth Strauss Foundation.
We are particularly interested in welcoming families who may have a connection with the aims of the Ruth Strauss Foundation.
The format of the day is as follows:
There is no entry fee but families are encouraged to make a donation to the Ruth Strauss Foundation. Refreshments will be available for purchase on the day from the tea hut.
We will be photographing the event for ACCF promotional material too, so there will be an ‘opt out’ on this if you wish. Please let us know on application or on the day if this is the case.
Lastly - all family members and spectators are encouraged to wear at least 1 item of red clothing if possible as we seek to turn Arundel red for the day.
The time slots are:
To sign your family up for the day, please email: [email protected]
The Ruth Strauss Foundation supports families facing the death of a parent from cancer & drives the need for more research into non-smoking lung cancers.
You can donate to The Foundation on this link https://ruthstraussfoundation.com/donate/ and / or on the day at Arundel.
There will also be appearances on the day by special guests, look out for more on this in the coming days...
Arundel Castle Cricket takes great pleasure in launching ‘A Celebration of Cricket for All at Arundel’.
The 2020 cricket season has obviously been significantly impacted by the ongoing pandemic. However, thanks to the enormous generosity of one of our supporters, the Arundel Castle Cricket Foundation and the Friends of Arundel Castle Cricket Club have been working together to make Arundel’s beautiful ground available to a wide range of organisations for the remainder of the summer. Our aim is to bring joy back to the lives of those most in need after the ravages of Covid-19.
We are excited to have linked up with a broad range of community groups and cricketing charities for this celebration, including the England and Wales Cricket Board, Chance to Shine, the MCC Foundation, the Ruth Strauss Foundation, the Sussex Cricket Foundation and the Southern Vipers.
Director of Arundel Castle Cricket Foundation, Tim Shutt, said: “Arundel will host a series of 12 events between 25 Julyand 20 September, each of which will have a different purpose and beneficiary group. Together, we will strive to make the summer of 2020 memorable for the right reasons, using cricket to bring families, friends and communities back together again.”
We will release the full series of events shortly. In the meantime, we are delighted to announce that we will start, on Saturday 25 July, by going #RedforRuth in support of the Ruth Strauss Foundation, which works tirelessly to support families facing the death of a parent from cancer. With the focus on ‘family’, we will be inviting families to join us for fun and games on our beautiful outfield. More details to follow soon.
Our ‘Celebration of Cricket’ series will be in addition to the Arundel Castle Cricket Foundation’s core activities and the scheduled fixtures of the Friends of Arundel Castle Cricket Club. For all events, we will ensure there is full compliance with the latest government guidelines.
For more information please contact:
Tim Shutt, Director of the Arundel Castle Cricket Foundation, on 07766 733152 or [email protected]
James Rufey, Chief Operating Officer of the Friends of Arundel Castle Cricket Club, on 01903 882462 or [email protected]
Following my communication earlier in the pandemic, back in March, I would like to provide you with a further update on how we, the Arundel Castle Cricket Foundation, are managing the situation. Read more
As with all organisations, the COVID-19 pandemic is going to have a significant impact on our charity. But it is one we are well-placed to cope with and we are also keen to remember that there are individuals, communities and businesses who are facing, and will continue to face, more significant challenges than us. Read more
2019 Annual Review
The 2019 ACCF Annual Review is now available to download.
Easter Holiday Coaching Camp - 14th to 17th April 2020
Bookings are now being taken for Easter Holiday Coaching Camp at the Castle Cricket Ground.
Arundel Castle Cricket Foundation welcomes Tim Shutt as the new Director of the Foundation.