Message from our Chairman
One year on and the immediate future makes it not possible to convey any details
of our 2021 / 2022 winter programme.
Be assured, that your committee and in particular our events secretary,
will be working to produce another enjoyable and memorable programme as lockdown eases.
We hope, and dare we say expect, to be gathering together in the autumn,
and we ask that after reading this,
you will please
spread our plans to any friends, who would like to join
our warm and friendly Society
Howard Pollard. LCS Chairman
The members and committee of the Leicestershire Cricket Society are saddened to learn of the passing of “BIG PHIL” Wright.
Through the years, we have greatly appreciated what Phil did for the society.
Both in the warmth of his welcome and in the meticulous preparation of the Charles Palmer suite, for our meetings.
We have been extremely grateful for all his willingness and efficient contributions to the LCS.
We shall all miss him greatly.
In memory of "BIG PHIL"
a new bell as been commissioned
The LCS has donated £50
towards the cost
on behalf of our members.
IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR ALL LCS MEMBERS
It is with great regret that the Committee has unanimously agreed to cancel the whole of the 2020/21 programme
which means that the meeting with Vic Marks scheduled for Thursday 11th March will not go ahead.
As stated in previous correspondence
We are extremely grateful to those members who have agreed to donate their subscriptions to the Society,
but if anybody does require a refund, please contact Mike Siddall, and he will arrange for this to be done.
All that remains is for the Committee to wish you all a very enjoyable festive season and a happy and healthy New Year.
Recent positive news on the vaccine front suggests cautious optimism that cricket may return with spectators in the late spring
and we look forward to seeing members down at Grace Road once again.
Your LCS committee
If you have any questions / comments, please contact us.
Contact details of committee members are available on your membership card.
In the meantime. Stay Safe
The LCS Committee thank all our members
For thier support
FOR MEMBERS INFORMATION
Will all members please be aware
At the LCS 2019 AGM it was agreed
That the membership fee will remain at £20.
Non-Members payment at the door will also remain at £5 per meeting
Photo's of the Society Visitors Book2>
On the Programme page you will find a link, Visitors Book, click on [report]
to read comments that our speakers have made about the LCS
hope you enjoy reading them.
Please use the link below to access the county web site.
WILL ALL MEMBERS PLEASE BE AWARE
THAT IN THE EVENT OF BAD WEATHER
PLEASE CONTACT ANY OF THE COMMITTEE MEMBERS
ALL PHONE NUMBERS ARE ON THE BACK OF YOUR MEMBERSHIP CARD
Ben Raine receiving the LCS
2015 outstanding player trophy
Angus Robson receiving the LCS
2014 outstanding player trophy
Will Top Hat's
become the DRESS CODE
required to be the LCS Chairman?
After a long delay Wayne White is presented with the LCS Tankard for 2012
Chairman Howard Pollard congratulating Greg Smith on becoming the LCS sponsored Player for 2010
The last LCS meeting of 2010 saw a very special gathering of 5 players from the Sobers 6x6's match at Swansea.
L to R: Bob White, Graham Frost, Mike Smedley, John Parkin and Roger Davis.
It was the first time these 5 had met since that match.
Howard meeting two new county signings for 2010.
Club Captain Matthew Hoggard and Will Jefferson (he's a big lad!) at the meet the Players evening.
Claude Henderson recieveing the LCS Tankard for 2010.
The LCS team helping the County with another mailing shot. This time we were getting the AGM information to the members.
(l to r) David Williamson, John Goodman, Howard Pollard and Ken Schofield
Visitors to our web site can now access my short meeting reports, via the REPORT LINK shown as [report] under the Programme heading. At the top of this page
In line with a resolution passed at the 2011 AGM on Monday 11th August, the cost for non-members to attend meetings will go up from £4 to £5
The Society was formed in the summer of 2002 and held its first meeting in November of that year.
The inaugural speaker was appropriately enough Jack Birkenshaw who had achieved so much for Leicestershire both on and off the field.
The audience numbered around 70 and in all our subsequent meetings, usually held at the County Ground, Grace Road, we have maintained a healthy attendance of 60+.
Other speakers in our first season included John Holder, Derek Randall and Alan Hill.
There was a Grand Charity Evening on 11th October 2006 - click here for a brief report
Membership now numbers 164 with annual subscriptions being £20.
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