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DescriptionThere has been a cricket club at Englefield since at least 1894. For many years the Englefield Estate employed and housed an army of agricultural workers and many found their way on to the cricket field in the summer. The mainly wooden pavillion was built in 1926 but was extended in the mid 1980's to provide showers and extra changing facilities. With increasing success on the field there are now ambitious plans to extend the pavillion again. The club was used for the filming of parts of the recent adaptation of 'Just William' by the BBC.
DirectionsEnglefield Cricket Club is based in the middle of the grounds of Englefield House close to Junction 12 Theale of the M4 to the west of Reading. Take the A4 in the direction of Newbury, straight on at the first roundabout (after 500 yds) and then about ¾ mile further along take a right turn at the next roundabout along the A340 to Pangbourne. Take the 3rd road on the left signposted to Englefield. This street is the village and stretches for ½ a mile past the school on the left and the garden centre on the right. At the crossroad after the garden centre continue ahead for 30 yards to the gate of the deer park. The cricket ground is situated in the middle of the park between the house at the top of the hill and Cranemoor Lake.
Contact Details
Facility NameEnglefield CC
AddressEnglefield Park
Englefield Estate
CountyBerkshire
Postcode
Facilities
Changing Facilities on-site
Covers
Pavilion
Rollers
Score Box