The LCS Committee wish all our members and guests and to everyone who visits our website a very Merry and peaceful Christmas and Happy New Year
Thursday 4th January 2024
when batsman and joker Wayne Larkins will be our guest speaker
Please note this is a 1:30pm start time
The Leicestershire Cricket Society was formed to brighten the long winter months by providing a local forum for friends and cricket lovers to discuss this wonderful game.
The society aims to:
Recruit members who have a respect for the history, spirit, qualities and achievements of cricket
Provide a varied programme of speakers from the world of cricket on a monthly basis throughout the winter
Foster, promote and develop an interest and enthusiasm for cricket within the county.
We would welcome information from other Societies regarding Guest Speakers.
Our meetings are held on Thursday evenings in the Charles Palmer suite at the Uptonsteel County Ground, Grace Road, Leicester, LE2 8EB
Meetings start at 7:30pm
The Fox bar is open from 7:00pm
We have a bookstall & raffle to raise funds.
Current subscription rates are:
Adults £20 per annum (which the committee believe is incredible value)
Under 21 / full-time students £10
Non-members are very welcome – a fee of £5 is payable per meeting
If you have not already paid by standing order please send a cheque payable to the Society to Mike Siddall.
The committee looks forward to your support for what promises to be another excellent season of speakers.
We hope that all members will renew their membership and encourage their friends to join.
Important Notice For All LCS Members
If you have any questions / comments, please contact us.
Contact details of committee members are available on your membership card.
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.
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.