KEEPING LORD'S WORLD CLASS
Founded in 1787, Marylebone Cricket Club is the most active and famous cricket club in the world and owner of Lord's Cricket Ground - the Home of Cricket.
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For general media enquiries about Lord's and MCC, or more specific enquiries relating to any of MCC's cricket initiatives please contact a member of MCC's Media & Public Affairs Department:
MCC Head of Media & Public Affairs, Neil Priscott: 020 7616 8523 or email@example.com
Membership & Internal Communications Manager, Rachel Pagan: 020 7616 8677 or firstname.lastname@example.org
MCC Media & Public Affairs Officer, Chris Smith: 020 7616 8699 or email@example.com
To obtain permission to film or photograph at Lord's, or to request images please contact:
MCC Filming & Photography Manager, Clare Skinner: 020 7616 8522 or firstname.lastname@example.org
For enquiries relating to the England Cricket Team, please contact the ECB Communications Department: 020 7432 1200.
In 2014 ECB international and county passes will be valid at Lord's for England and Middlesex matches. MCC will continue to issue bespoke passes for other non-major match days at Lord’s. If you have a query relating to media accreditation for Test matches, One Day Internationals, or the Roysl London One-Day Cup Final please speak to the ECB Media Operations Team: 020 7432 1200.
Media and photographers who only require access to Lord’s for non-major matches should apply for an MCC non-major match day pass by clicking on the accreditation link.