As part of the Queen’s Jubilee celebrations, Arundel Castle Cricket Club is hosting this Cricket Festival featuring teams from Walberton, Madehurst, Fernhurst, and Arundel Grasshoppers.
Entertainment includes live music (Big House & friends) and FREE children’s cricket coaching*.
Cricket coaching sessions to be delivered by IPL (Rajasthan Royals) & India A Cricketer –Mahesh Rawat . To reserve a place – please email – firstname.lastname@example.org . You will receive a confirmation email which will be required on the day.
Max of 16 per session
Gates open at 9.30am. The Pavilion Bar & Tea Hut will be open and other refreshments are available on site including a barbeque (£ 15 pp).
Entry is FREE with Parking available onsite.
Please reserve your tickets via this link.
Neal Gozzett (Senior Partner) of Monan Gozzett said:
‘Since we moved our offices to Arundel in 2018, we have relished every minute of being located in this wonderful part of Sussex. We are proud to provide legal assistance to local businesses and the residents of Arundel including the surrounding towns and villages. Giving back to the local community is something we are very pleased to be able to do and we are really excited to be sponsoring this event. The Monan Gozzett Villages Cricket Day is free for you and your families and promises to be a superb day. We really look forward to seeing you on the 2nd June 2022′
A selection of light refreshments are available on most match days from our Tea Hut including snacks, rolls, ice creams and drinks.
FACCC Members and visitors are welcome to pre book two course lunches in the Members’ Marquee/Pavilion. These are available on allocated match days only.
Please contact us to book. Lunch is usually served between 1pm and 2pm. Please let us know of any dietary requirements when booking.
There is a licensed bar onsite that is open for most matches serving a selection of drinks including locally produced beer and wine. The bar(s) will remain open for up to a maximum of ONE hour after close of play. Please Note we now only accept Debit/Credit payments in the bar.
Bringing your own food and drink
You are welcome to bring your own picnic. Alcohol is limited to four 500ml cans of beer/lager or a 75cl bottle of wine per adult.
Entry & Parking
Prospects of Play
If you are unsure if the match is going to go ahead, please continue to check our website for the latest news or call the Club Office – 01903 882462.
Travelling to Arundel Castle Cricket Ground
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The nearest cash machine is located at Arundel Museum (in the town opposite Arundel Castle main entrance). There are no facilities at the Ground for withdrawing cash.
No smoking is allowed in any building or seated area. Please be considerate of others around you.
Please see individual fixture for details of food and drink available for the specific match. The Tea Hut is usually open for every match for light refreshments. You are welcome to bring your own picnic.
Please contact the Club Office as soon as possible as lost property items are kept for a limited time.
Limited seating is provided on match days and cannot be reserved. You are welcome to bring your own chairs/picnic blankets into the Ground. Some areas are reserved for Members only.
Due to the location of the Ground we regret that WIFI access is limited.
Safeguarding / Missing Child Policy
There are several toilet blocks onsite. Disabled facilities are located behind the Pavilion.
Well behaved dogs are welcome but must be kept on a lead at all times. Dogs must not be left alone in vehicles in the car park. It is the owner’s responsibility to clean up after their dog/s.
Where to stay in Arundel
There is the availability to park closer to the Ground entrance providing easier access to the site. Please note that parking does vary depending on match. Please contact us for more information.
Access Around the Site
The site has a tarmac pathway leading to the Pavilion, Tea Hut and Toilets which is suitable for walking frames, wheelchairs, or mobility scooters. The rest of the site is grass.
Access is located at the back of the Pavilion opposite the entrance to the Indoor School.