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Harold Wood help community with Alternative Cricket Tea

PUBLISHED: 10:00 29 May 2020

Harold Wood collected items for local food banks as part of the Alternative Cricket Tea initiative

Harold Wood collected items for local food banks as part of the Alternative Cricket Tea initiative

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Harold Wood Cricket Club held a collection for Harold Hill Food Bank as part of the Alternative Cricket Tea last weekend.

Harold Wood Cricket Club have reopened their netsHarold Wood Cricket Club have reopened their nets

Members turned up to help and donate items for local residents in need during the coronavirus pandemic.

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And a club spokesperson said: “It was a really positive day and great that the club was able to help make a difference in the community.”

Harold Wood have also opened practice nets at the club, in line with ECB guidance, and will be open for their development squad (Monday & Friday 5-9pm, Sat & Sun 8am-12), five to 12-year-olds (Tuesday 5-9pm), over-13s (Wednesday 5-9pm) and to all (Sat & Sun 12-8pm).

Times can be booked online at hwcc.skedda.com/booking.


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