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Teddington Cricket Club (TCC) is a Community Amateur Sports Club (CASC) which was founded circa. 1827 and has existed on its current site in Bushy Park since 1863. The original cricket pavilion was erected in 1896 but was severely damaged during the First World War. It was repaired in 1921, then lasted until 1945 when it was burnt down. The current pavilion was erected in 1947 and has been in place since the conclusion of World War II. It is formed from two former US Air force Nissen Huts, remnants of the Second World War US encampment on the other side of Bushy Park. The structure was extended in 1969 when a flat roof was added between the huts and a veranda added to the front leaving us with the building we have today.

TCC is affiliated both to the Middlesex Cricket Board and the England & Wales Cricket Board (ECB). TCC is a Premier League club, running 4 Saturday League teams, a Cup team and Club XI on Sundays. TCC has a Junior section with 335 children between ages 5-18. 135 children take part in the ECB All-Stars programme for 5-8 year-olds, 15 Colts teams are fielded for the older age groups

TCC is proposing to build a new pavilion and car park to remedy the existing constraints and secure the longevity of the club and all of its stakeholders. The proposals seek to create an exemplar pavilion which befits the history and standing of the club and aligns with our vision for the future, whilst respecting the unique landscape setting of Bushy Park.

TCC currently play host to Bushy Park Girls Cricket Club (BPG CC) who base their practice sessions and matches for their older girls age groups at TCC. The ground is used four afternoons a week all year by a local independent prep school, The Mall, for its school sport. In the winter, Teddington Athletic Football Club (TAFC) use the ground at weekends for its junior teams' matches.

The new pavilion will provide increased changing and shower facilities allowing us to play host to boys and girls sport simultaneously. Improved accessibility for disability users. The new facilities will also enable us to maximise our site as a multi-sport, multi-use facility that will encourage and increase the services we can offer not just to our existing stakeholders and visitors but to other schools, colleges and community groups.

Charity No: 05838

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