The Black Horse in Fulmer, http://www.theblackhorsefulmer.co.uk/ a great supporter of the club is offering 15% off food bills for members (except Sundays), until the end of May. To make a reservation for breakfast, lunch or dinner call 01753 663183 and remember to bring your membership card with you!
Bucks County Cricket Club is delighted to announce Risk Management Security Services as their principal shirt sponsor for the forthcoming season. The company are to become the first ever shirt sponsor in the 122-year history of Bucks, and Ian Hodgson, Chairman of Bucks CCC said: “This is a very exciting day for our County Cricket Club and we’d like to offer a warm welcome to Risk Management in their role as our new shirt sponsor.
Risk Management Security Services, were established in 1976 by current Chairman John Herring who has a long been a staunch supporter of local sport. Managing Director, Graham Tilly has been with the company for over 20 years and his extensive knowledge of the industry and the area they operate is crucial to the smooth running of the business.
Picture shows Ian Hodgson (chairman of Bucks CCC) John Herring (chairman of Risk Management Security Services) George Russell, modelling the new shirt, Graham Tilley (MD of Risk Management) and Bucks committee member Bill Scholes
Jane is also after any photos you may be able to scan and send to her. She has not got many cricket ones.
Bucks County Cricket Club are sad to report the death of their former President Jack Tomlin at the age of 88 after a short illness.
Jack, who played his club cricket for High Wycombe, was a talented right-hand batsman and brilliant fielder, represented Bucks in 15 Minor Counties Championship matches between 1960-62. He became Bucks CCC Secretary, succeeding the legendary Paul Slatter, in 1985. It was a post he held with quiet efficiency until 1998. When Ken Drucquer stepped down as President in 2006, Jack was the outstanding candidate to succeed him. He was President until 2013 when he retired from the Committee, ending 30 years of outstanding service for the County Club. He was one of only three Honorary Life Members of the Club.