02 Sep: Stephen Chalke - local author, publisher and storyteller on return visit.
Guest Fee £5
The Calendar will have eight 7cm x 5cm portrait and one 10cm x 6 cm landscape slots to advertise Membersí (or their friends) businesses inexpensively and to have an entry on the 'Other Links' page this website. Please contact CCS Secretary Martin Renshaw if you would like to book a slot, or, if you would be willing to display an A4 size Calendar at your workplace and/or social venue.
|Please 'Contact Us' if you have any thoughts about the CCS or if you wish to advise us of things that may be of interest to CCS Members.|
|2016/17 Season: we welcome our new Vice Presidents - Cally Barlow and Stephen Chalke. Details of our Speaker Programme are being finalised and will be announced soon.|
Membership Renewal: please renew before June 1st - by post, electronic transfer or at the AGM.
After that subscriptions go up and New Members can apply.|
If paying by electronic transfer please advise Malcolm Brown of your bank reference so that he can identify payment on the CCS bank statement, also of any changes in your details (by e-mail will do) otherwise it will be assumed that your details are unchanged.
|The Council of Cricket Societies' Calendar Page gives details of other Cricket Society events.|
|Would you like to propose the Vote of Thanks at Speaker meetings with the opportunity of dining with the Speaker beforehand? If interested please contact Robin Andrews.|
|Extra Specials: CCS Umbrellas (£12), CCS 'Tom Graveney in Conversation with Stephen Chalke' CDs (£6) and CCS ties (£6) are available for purchase. More Info.|
|Eight Gloucestershire County Cricketers had lost their lives in the Great War by the time of WG Graceís death on 23 Oct 1915; ten more were to follow. The booklet 'In Memoriam - Gloucestershire Cricketers killed in the Great War' contains pen portraits of these men. For details please contact CCS Member Roger Gibbons.|
|Fancy a trip down memory lane? Why not browse through the photographic record of all our Speakers since 1984 which is available at Meetings near Paddy's library table.|
|The Cotswold Cricket Museum in Stow-in-the-Wold has closed. Its owner Andy Collier, who came to us in Spring 2013, has put his cricket memorabilia collection into storage and is looking at options for continuing to run a cricket museum. When we know Andy's plans we will advise you.|
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