MCC has loaned an aboriginal club from its collection to the British Museum as part of a new exhibition which launches on 23 April.
Stricken weathervane Father Time will struggle to be in place for the first match of the season at Lord's.
Lord’s Cricket Ground’s famous weathervane, Father Time, has been damaged during high winds in London over the weekend.
MCC has installed a state of the art TrueMan bowling machine in the MCC Academy.
The Grace Gate entrance to Lord's Cricket Ground, situated on St John's Wood Road, will be closed from 21-26 February to pedestrians and for vechicular access.
One lucky competition winner enjoyed a special Lord's Afternoon Tea with Downton Abbey butler Jim Carter in the Writing Room at the Home of Cricket.
Enjoy an early season club social on a special discounted Tour of Lord's before 31 March 2015.
MCC has been shortlisted in the Brand of the Year category at the 2015 BT Sport Industry awards.
Cricket fans have the chance to guarantee themselves a seat at Lord’s until 2018 by purchasing Debentures.
MCC is offering young musicians, magicians and dancers from London the chance to perform at the Home of Cricket during major matches in the 2015 summer.
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