Middlesex Cricket were delighted to hold its first Walk, Talk, Connect event this morning, Tuesday 17th January.
Around 60 members and their friends gathered outside St John’s Wood station and made the short walk to nearby Regent’s Park.
Those in attendance were joined by members of the board, coaching staff and office staff, to whom they were able to speak to throughout the walk – finding out more about the Club and what makes membership special.
Members and their guests were then invited back to Lord’s to watch the men’s First Eleven train and had the opportunity to meet some of the players.
Speaking of the event, the Club’s Director of Organisational Development, Simon Shepard, said: “It was great to reconnect with our members during the off-season on the walk today.
“To see so many members come and brave the elements on a frosty morning to connect and reminisce all things Middlesex was fantastic, and we hope that this is the first of many more held across the county.
“The feedback that we received on the day was positive and any other members who may have thoughts on how we can make these events even better are more than welcome to get in touch.”
Long-standing member, Martin Hadland added: “Despite the cold weather, today has produced a warm feeling.
“Getting members together is something that we haven’t done much before in this setting. People have enjoyed it and there were lots of smiles.
“We really enjoy the contact that we have with the playing group, but also staff behind the scenes as members get the chance to ask questions. Everyone has been approachable.”
Any members that wish to offer feedback, can do so by contacting [email protected].