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Schematic of New Clubhouse
A new clubhouse is currently being constructed as shown above. This is not expected to be ready for use until 2020 and in the meantime provisional arrangements are in place.
FIXTURE LISTS  to be posted Hinton Charterhouse Cricket Club 2021 Although cricket has been played in and around Hinton Charterhouse since the mid-1800s, it is believed Hinton CCC was officially formed in 1920. The Club was given a home on the Hinton Estate by Robert and Phyliss Robinson-Glasgow in 1957, Phyliss’s ancestors having owned the Estate for approximately 300 years. The Estate was finally sold in 1992 to Alexis and Nikki Moores and sold again in 2015 to Jake Dyson, who we are pleased to say has embraced the club not only as a new landlord but as a genuine cricket enthusiast and player as well.   This enthusiasm has lead to the building of a new state of the art clubhouse, combining beautiful aesthetics with great functionality and of course being a completely sustainable building. HCCC is a Clubmark Accredited club which is achieved by demonstrating that best practices are in place to develop and deliver high quality community cricket in a safe, effective and child-friendly way. The Club has around 200 Members playing in either Senior or Junior teams and always welcomes players of all ability. HCCC is an extremely friendly and vibrant club, run entirely by non-paid volunteers. Members from the age of 7 to 80 are welcome, playing in any of their 8 weekly teams, according to age and ability. Non-playing Members are also welcome to join as Social Members. The Club is located in the centre of Hinton Charterhouse just off Branch Road. The entrance is about 200 metres from the main road that runs through the village at the cross roads with Wellow Lane. The Club boasts one of the most picturesque grounds in the area, with great wickets to match the setting. The beautiful ground is in a prime location bounded by tall mature trees, with the Clubhouse and Millennium Green on one side and the grounds of Hinton House on the other side. The Club House has a licensed bar and is designed for disabled use. PLAYING AND SOCIAL MEMBERS: New Members are always welcome in any one of the following teams: Saturday 1st and 2nd teams Sunday League Sunday Friendly Midweek Team: daytime and Wednesday evening 20-20 matches U19s T20 League Youth U15, U13, U11: Bath & District Cricket League Youth U9s or U7: Sunday Tournaments The Club has a full fixtures list and in a typical season plays a total of about 90 adult games, plus youth matches. See our web site for more details. We are always on the lookout for extra help be it on or off the field and would love to hear from you if you are keen to help out. Club Contacts: Hugh Brooker – Chairman Katie Borton – Secretary