Our meetings will recommence in October 2015.
If you require any information please contact the Society Secretary.
Our meetings take place in the pavilion at the Queen's Park cricket ground unless members are informed otherwise. Membership costs £5. Visitors are welcome for a small fee which will be refunded if the visitor becomes a member on the evening.
Meetings begin at 7.45 p.m. and are held monthly from October to March. The evenings vary from Monday to Thursday.
Founded in 1963, we are the "senior" of the three societies in Derbyshire.
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Pictured are members of the late Trevor Bowring's family
Sam rings the bell for the first time,
The Bell, which was specially made to commemorate the life of Trevor Bowring, past President of our Society and a past Chairman of Derbyshire County Cricket Club, looked resplendent in its position on the balcony of the Queen’s Park Pavilion.
The Ceremony consisted of Mike Taylor, Chair of the Society, speaking through the ground PA to the spectators, including many CCLS members, giving details of the contribution Trevor had made to cricket generally in Derbyshire and his great affiliation with the Queen’s Park ground. He was known to have been a very influential voice in the return of first-class cricket to Chesterfield.
At the appropriate time the bell was rung for the first time by Trevor’s grandson, Sam.
Also present at the ceremony were Trevor’s wife, Shirley and his son, Ross. Jason Fage also attended to represent Derbyshire County Cricket Club.
David Marshall & James Pipe
John Barclay & Edwin Smith
David Marshall & John Barclay
Trevor Bowring, David Marshall & Bob Wood
John Barclay meeting,134 people enjoy a superb meal
John Morris & David Marshall
Trevor Bowring, Jim Parks & Jim Brailsford
Matthew Maynard & David Marshall
Niven Roper & Chris Kelly
Ray East & Mike Taylor
Chris Read & David Marshall
Steve Garratt & Niven Roper
Steve Franks & Alan West
Steve Kirby & David Marshall
Keith Loring & Mike Taylor
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