Donate: raising funds to provide community cricket to improve the lives of people


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Your donation will help us get more people active in Gloucestershire through the delivery of our fun, engaging, and impactful cricket programmes, which aim to improve people’s lives, health, mental wellbeing and bring communities together throughout the county.

By becoming a regular donor, you help make our programmes more the sustainable, increase opportunities to play, and allow us to create new programmes to benefit even more people while offering long term positive impact to people and families in their communities in Gloucestershire.


£10 could help towards new equipment.


£100 help towards investing in new facilities or training.


£20 could provide a child a free space at a holiday coaching camp.


£250 could fund a term’s coaching in a primary school.


£50 provides a child a free space at a community hub for a month.

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Crispin Shingler / Community Development Manager

Crispin Shingler / Community Development Manager

Cricket has always been a part of Crispin’s life.  Before becoming part of the Gloucestershire Cricket Family, he saw first-hand how engaging in cricket can have a positive impact on people’s lives.

In London, Crispin worked with several charities aiming to transform people’s lives for the better through either cricket or drama.  He delivered a range of programmes to adults, young people, and community groups going into various establishments such as care homes, prisons, and alternative learning providers.

He originally joined the GCF as the Wicketz Development Officer for Bristol, using cricket as a development tool for young people from low-income households, and has a background in fundraising, with a focus on corporate partnerships.

As Community Development Manager, Crispin’s main responsibility is to grow the GCF community cricket programmes; Wicketz, ACE, disability cricket and walking cricket, while creating and sourcing funding for new fun, inclusive and impactful cricket for good programmes that enhance the lives of people, while bringing communities together throughout Gloucestershire.

Crispin continues to play cricket for his village and leads the club’s youth section.