MCC hosted a group of budding young media professionals from a local charity project at last Sunday’s National Village Cup Final.
Lord's and the Marylebone Cricket Club Foundation (MCCF) are welcoming elite young cricketers from MCCF Cricket Hubs across the UK for a specialist coaching day on Thursday 28 August.
MCC is offering budding bakers the chance to win afternoon tea and a day in its famous pastry kitchen by entering the Lord’s Bicentenary Cake Bake.
The result of the inaugural MCC community art project, ‘HowzArt’, was revealed in front of a capacity crowd at Saturday’s historic MCC v Rest of the World match at Lord’s.
MCC's community art project, 'Howzart!', has been well received by children in twelve schools around Lord's.
MCC are welcoming applications for volunteers to assist at high profile matches throughout the 2014 season.
Young performers are being given the chance to showcase their skills in front of thousands at Lord’s this summer.
Schoolchildren have been given the chance to help celebrate the 200th anniversary of Lord’s by entering a competition to have artwork displayed as part of a mural at the Ground.
The Ashes Legacy Partnership, a joint-venture between MCC, Nottinghamshire CCC and Durham CCC has scooped the Community Award at the Nottingham Post Sports Awards.
More than 100 local community members aged 65 and over attended Silver Sunday at Lord's on 6 October, enjoying an inter-generational cricket match, a bespoke tour of the Ground and traditional afternoon tea.
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