There was a terrific turnout for CricketForce Day 2017, the club’s pre-season spruce-up of the pavilion and ground today.
Wonderful spring sunshine made it a pleasure to be at the club, and looking forward to another season.
The changing rooms and scorer’s box were given a lick of paint, patio area cleaned and hedges trimmed, among many other jobs.
The clubhouse is now looking particularly good, thanks in no small part to Mark Washbourne, who has done a fabulous job fitting our new kitchen and improving the bar surround.
Martyn Draper, who organised the work at Bredon, said: “I would like to thank everybody who came to CricketForce Day.
“We enjoyed another good turnout and got most of the jobs I had targeted done, which was great.
“Special thanks to Jenny and Lucy for doing the catering for the workers, and it was great to see our new first team captain in attendance during this difficult time for him and his family.
“Kevin, I am sure, can rely on the support of all of his teammates and friends throughout his first season at the helm.
“The ladies toilets and the changing rooms have now been painted and we painted the scorebox white, which looks great.
“Tim and Mark fixed the covers, so as soon as we get our new nets and refurbished sight screens we will be ready to roll.”