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Barrow Town Cricket Club made more accessible, thanks to free donation

Barrow Town Cricket Club, which plays at Nottingham Road in Barrow Upon Soar, is enjoying newly revamped entrance and patio areas, thanks to a free donation of materials from Brett Landscaping.

The club, one of the oldest cricket clubs in the country, has redeveloped its visitors’ area to provide a more useable space to view games and support clubhouse activity, particularly for parents to watch junior games. The redevelopment also ensures access for disabled visitors. As part of Brett’s Love Your Landscape initiative, the company has donated Canterbury traditional riven slabs, which have been used to make the patio and entrance areas more attractive and in keeping with the heritage of the club.

Chairman of the Barrow Town Cricket Club, John Williamson said: “Having the patio area repaved to make it more accessible is something we have wanted to do for a long time. Our club is one of the oldest in the country, so it’s important that we continue to look after it and ensure that anyone can enjoy matches. The new patio area looks modern and user friendly and I’m sure our members and visitors will be happy with the results.

We are incredibly grateful to Brett Landscaping, itself a local company, which has provided the materials which have helped us with the redevelopment of our clubhouse.”

The donation from Brett Landscaping to the cricket club is one of the many different projects the company is involved with for its ‘Love your Landscape’ initiative.

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Barrow Town Cricket Club
Love Your Landscape is an initiative from Brett Landscaping