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From Meadowland to Money-spinner:  Exploring the History of Cricket in South Wales

From Meadowland to Money-spinner: Exploring the History of Cricket in South Wales

  • 14/11/2016
  • 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
  • Glamorgan Archives, Leckwith, Cardiff.

    On Monday 14th November Andrew Hignell, Cricket Historian and Honorary Archivist at Glamorgan Cricket Club, will be speaking about his research into the development of cricket in south Wales.  The talk will be followed by a presentation of short films and music based around cricket.  A display of documents from Glamorgan Archives relating to the history of cricket, along with items from the Museum of Welsh Cricket, will be available to view.


    A light cricket tea will follow.

    Date: Monday 14th November 2016

    Time: 6pm

    Location: Glamorgan Archives

    Cost: FREE

    This is a FREE event but places are limited so please contact Glamorgan Archives to book.


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