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Join Friends of the Foundation today and help to support the delivery of a wide range of projects, programmes and events designed to improve individuals and communities through cricket.

Your vital support enables Gloucestershire Cricket Foundation to continue to work across the county, developing and delivering a wide range of school and community projects, programmes and events designed to engage, excite, inspire and improve individuals through cricket.

This lottery scheme comes to you as a result of our partnership with Lancashire Cricket Foundation and the use of their Friends of the Foundation Lottery Scheme.  Lancashire also support Essex and Yorkshire Cricket Foundations to raise significant amounts of money in each county to support greater community activity.

Latest Result: 28th December 2023

Confirmed: 12-14-29-30 (28/12/2023)

By taking part in our weekly lottery and paying £2 a week, you are directly supporting the Gloucestershire Cricket Foundation to continue our vital work across the county.

This will enable us to develop, deliver, and sustain a wide range of school programmes, impactful community projects and recreational cricket activity.

Playing the lottery weekly, you stand the chance of winning up to £5,000 or by matching only 3 numbers, you can win £25.

Everyone’s a winner in the knowledge that by playing our lottery, you are positively impacting people’s lives in their communities in Gloucestershire through the power of cricket.

Please could you pass on our thanks to all involved in creating the Big Cricket Celebration today, our son thoroughly enjoyed himself.

We felt the whole event was well organised and thought out. Our son was in group 12 and the ladies really impressed us with how they kept the children busy and engaged throughout the morning. 

It was wonderful to see our son so happy to be taking part and being made to feel comfortable with a group of children he had only just met, the ladies are a real credit to Gloucestershire Cricket.

We hope you all enjoyed a well-earned cuppa after the event, and we hope to see events like this offered in the future.


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Your daily shopping can help us improve lives through the power of cricket by selecting the Gloucestershire Cricket Foundation as your cause charity on easyfundraising.

Easyfundraising is the UK’s biggest charity fundraising site that turns everyday shopping into donations, partnering with over 7,000 brands who will donate part of what you spend to your chosen cause – the Gloucestershire Cricket Foundation. It is simple to use and won’t cost you any extra, as the cost is covered by the brand.

Follow these 2 easy steps so your shopping can help people reap the health and wellbeing benefits of cricket.

1. Sign up and choose us as your cause – it only takes 2 minutes
2. Shop through easyfundraising and brands donate

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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.