The pavilion has made rapid progress in the last week. Will be bigger and accessible to all, but designed by Mabers in the style of the 1906 pavilion it replaces.
Cllr. Dave Trimble explaining how sport is important to Nottingham’s reputation.
(There is a full City Council write-up available.)
Having been told to keep my speech short, I had key points from the speech turned into A2 posters to make the points for me.
Around 100 people turned up to celebrate the efforts made by the Trent Bridge Community Trust and Nottingham City Council, and fifty other firms, to build a new cricket pavilion at the Meadows Recreation Ground.
Graeme Swann and Simon Jones were there too.
Community activists who have been supporting and advising on the project.
A family came to watch and the BBC filmed them joining in.
A board for people to express their support on.
Paintings to celebrate cricket history.
Experience Nottinghamshire have also published an article, with this photo.