Our Partners

One of Europe’s largest publicly listed real estate companies. British Land own, Manage, develop and finance a portfolio of high qulity commercial property, focused on retail locations around the UK and London offices.

British Land

The Arundel Castle Foundation’s purpose is to enhance the development and education of young people (mainly aged between 7-19 years) with a special emphasis upon the disadvantaged and those deprived of opportunity. Each year we run residential trips to Arundel which would not be possible without the foundation.

Arundel Castle

Moogsoft believe that in a complex world simplification is key to achieving more. That’s why we build human-centered technology that helps people and machines work together to find clarity in chaos and accelerate innovation.


John Lyon’s Charity gives grants to benefit childeran and young people up to the age of 25 who live in nine boroughs in northwest London:Barnet, Brent, Camden, Ealing, Hammersmith & Fulhan, Harrow, Kensington & Chelsea and the Cities of London and Westminster.

John Lyon’s Charity

ActiveNewham is a Leisure Trust with charitable status that has been working in partnership with Newham Council to deliver leisure, sports and volunteering opportunities in Newham since January 2013. In partnership with activeNewham we deliver a range of cricket programmes throughout Newham.

Active Newham

The Lord’s Taverners is the UK’s leading youth cricket and disability sports charity dedicated to giving disadvantaged and disabled young people a sporting chance.

The Lord’s Taverners

London Tigers is an award winning registered charity that engages with disadvantaged communities across London and beyond. Our vision is to have a world where every individual has the opportunity to fulfil their dreams.

London Tigers

Founded in 1876, Essex County Cricket Club is one of eighteen first-class county clubs within the domestic cricket structure of England and Wales. It represents the historic county of Essex.
Essex has played in every top-level domestic cricket competition in England, playing most of their home games at the County County Ground, Chelmsford and some at Lower Castle Park in Colchester.

Essex CCC

Since the club’s official foundation in 1864, Middlesex County Cricket Club has for over a century a half been one of the most successful and well-respected first-class counties in the English domestic game.

The club has played at the Home of Cricket, Lord’s Cricket Ground, in St John’s Wood, since 1877 and has a proud history of developing many of the game’s greatest known cricketers, including the likes of Denis Compton, Mike Gatting, John Emburey and Andrew Strauss to name but a few.

This tradition continues to the modern day, with the club’s current playing ranks including England One Day captain, Eoin Morgan, plus England Internationals Dawid Malan, Toby Roland-Jones and Steven Finn.

Middlesex CCC

The Surrey Cricket Foundation (formerly the Surrey Cricket Board) is the charitable body charged with the delivery of recreational cricket in Surrey. It operates as an integral part of Surrey County Cricket Club.

The SCF supports communities, schools and clubs by providing funding, knowledge, coaching and competitions in Surrey and South London. Our goal is to get more people playing cricket, and in doing so we aim to improve health and well-being of the recreational game and identify young talent for Surrey CCC.

Surrey Cricket Foundation

At Ganador, our passion for cricket runs deep. The team here in the UK have accumulated over 100 years of experience playing the game we love. With that experience comes a sense of responsibility. We want to give others the same enjoyment the game has given us, and we are in the position to do that. We realise that it could be the first bit of kit that sparks the same passion for cricket that we have.

Our original business was helmets. Protecting players with our cutting edge plastics technologies out of our family-owned factory in Jalandhar. We have been providing helmets for the Indian market for a number of years. We decided to bring our products to the UK, achieving our British Standard kitemark in November 2017. Alongside this, we aim to bring you high-quality, hand-crafted cricket equipment made by master craftsmen in the country where cricket is treated like a religion, India.

Ganador Sports

Chance to Shine are a national charity on a mission to spread the power of cricket throughout schools and communities. We deliver projects on behalf of Chance to Shine throughout Newham and they also partly fund our work in hospitals.

Chance To Shine

The Newby Trust makes grants to registered charities for their work in the UK. The Trust also provides small grants to organisations to be used to help individuals in need.

Newby Trust

Canary Wharf Group (the Group) has already achieved one of the greatest ever feats of civic engineering, turning a once derelict Docklands into 97 acres of London’s, and the world’s, most sought after office and retail space.

The Group’s workforce comprises more than 1,200 people who are dedicated to one of the four sub companies. Canary Wharf Limited, Canary Wharf Contractors Limited, Canary Wharf Management Limited and Level39 Limited.

Canary Wharf Limited (CWL) provides executive guidance and administrative support to the two main operational arms. It is the company that provides central business services for the Group and drives our socio-economic development agenda with departments that include Accounts, IT, Personnel, Legal, Office Leasing and the Press Office amongst others.

Canary Wharf Group

Marylebone Cricket Club is the world’s most active cricket club, the owner of Lord’s Ground and the guardian of the Laws of the game.

Founded in 1787, it has been recognised as the sole authority on the Laws of Cricket since its foundation and it moved to its current home at Lord’s in 1814. It remains, in the words of a former President, Plum Warner, “a private club with a public function.”

There are 18,000 Full and 5,500 Associate Members of MCC. Those Members own the Ground and all MCC’s assets (the most famous of which is the Ashes Urn), they govern the Club through various committees, and some 2,000 of them represent MCC on the field of play each year.

MCC plays more matches than any other cricket club – around 480 against schools, universities and clubs in the UK, and between 20 and 30 as part of its overseas touring programme which aims to develop cricket abroad.

Marylebone Cricket Club

Waltham Forest Council is the local authority for the Borough of Waltham Forest in London.

Waltham Forest Council

The Access to Sports project is a community led, creative & innovative sports development charity that works across the London boroughs of Islington, Haringey & Hackney

We provide a diverse coaching programme across a variety of sports for young people and adults. We also deliver a coach education programme that equips local people with nationally recognised qualifications.

Access to Sports Project

DEM Sports are an innovative British cricket equipment supplier and manufacturer specialising in the production and installation of high quality cricket ground equipment across the world.

DEM Sports

The City of London is also known as the Square Mile, the financial district and historic centre of London

City of London

BATSENSE is cutting edge technology which fits snugly on the bat and connects seamlessly with your smartphone. BATSENSE’s 6 hour battery life allows you to record every stroke in a full day’s play. At under 25 grams, it adds virtually no weight to your bat.

Smart Cricket