On Friday 19th August, at Highgate Cricket Club in Crouch End, London, Power to Inspire is running its inaugural Festival of Inclusive Cricket, and best of all, entry is completely free for all to attend.
The event, supported by Middlesex Cricket, kicks off at 5pm, and will see fun and inclusive cricket activities running throughout the evening, and an exciting cricket match featuring a representative Middlesex Disability Eleven taking on a Highgate Inclusive Eleven in a showcase T20 friendly encounter.
Take part in blindfolded cricket and a host of other exciting inclusive cricket activities in the build up to the big game, with activities taking place on the main Highgate square and in the practice nets, plus get your picture taken and get the autographs of several of the England Disability squad players who represent Middlesex Disability Cricket, who will be on hand to discuss their own cricketing journeys.
It doesn’t matter whether you’re a cricket enthusiast or you’ve never played the game before – everyone is welcome to come along and get involved in the fun no matter what your ability.
Bring your friends and family and come along and enjoy what promises to be an exciting evening of fun, free and friendly accessible sport!
Whilst the event is FREE for all, should you require accessible parking, we would ask you to register to attend the event and specify your requirements. You can register for free HERE.
Festival of Inclusive Cricket Agenda:
4.45pm – Doors open
5 – 6pm – Inclusive cricket activities on Highgate Cricket Club’s pitch
6 – 7pm –Blindfolded cricket and other inclusive activities in Highgate’s practice nets
6.15pm – Watch Middlesex Disability XI versus Highgate Inclusive XI showcase T20 game.
6.30pm – Enjoy pay as you go BBQ and bar
Where to find us:
Highgate Cricket Club, Shepherd S Cot, Off Park Road, London, N8 8JJ.
About Power to Inspire:
Power to Inspire are a registered charity with a vision is to create a society where everyone can enjoy inclusive sport together, where people are having fun, playing sport, irrespective of their age, race, gender, faith, or disability.
The charities main task is to embed inclusive sport in communities by delivering events for everyone to enjoy, such as their Festival of Inclusive Cricket.
To find out more about Power to Inspire click HERE.
We look forward to seeing you at what promises to be a wonderful celebration of inclusive sport at Highgate Cricket Club next Friday.