Barnton Cricket Club Sponsors are many and varied, some amazing business and charities. Without them we wouldn’t be here and we are constantly grateful for all their help and continued support.
Our main club sponsor is Molson Coors Brewery. It is steeped in History, tracing its roots back to 1774 when William Worthington and William Bass began brewing in Burton On Trent. It is now one of the most modern and forward-thinking Nrewers in the industry and is certainly one of the most recognisable and largest brewers in the world.
Barnton Cricket Club Sponsors
Care Connect is a family-run business with over 23 years experience in providing domiciliary care in and around the Northwich area. They also provide care for clients across Cheshire, such as Knutsford, Winsford, Sandbach and Congleton.
Vale Royal Lions serve the local community and have done for 42 years. During that time we have raised around £500,000, 100% of which has been used in our ‘service’ work. This local club is part of Lions Clubs International, the largest service organisation in the world with over 1.4 million members in over 46,000 clubs in over 200 countries.
The England and Wales Cricket Board is the single national governing body for all cricket in England and Wales.
It has its headquarters at Lord’s Cricket Ground in London.
The formation of the ECB was the culmination of a drive towards creating one unified body responsible for the management and development of every form of cricket for men and women.
Our aim is to make the people of Cheshire and Warrington sit up and take notice of what is happening right on their doorstep. Connecting the people who want to give back with the most effective grass-roots charities and not-for-profit organisations. We directly help those most in need, whilst enabling our donors to feel proud that they’ve made a real difference.
Your Parish council is the first tier of local government, and financed through the precept, an amount of money collected as part of your Council Tax. The Councils’ activities fall into three main categories.
– representing the local community –
– delivering services to meet local needs –
– improving quality of life and community well-being –