To Members and Supporters of Reed Cricket Club,

A reminder for you to please renew your Club Membership as soon as possible if you have not paid your Subscriptions already.

Adult Players: If you have not already paid, there is just one week left until the 1st May before you will be required to pay the full rate of £90. If you are quick, it will be only £75 until then so don’t delay any longer!

Junior Players (those aged 14 and above on 1st Sept 2018 AND in full-time education): It is £25 if you pay this week but it will be £35 after 1st May.

Please read Cilla’s letter below then complete and send her your Membership Forms so that you remain on her database. There is an electronic version of the Form on this website under “Members Area”.

Feel free to pass-on this email to any potential new Players and / or Non-Playing Members and also convey information to those we know do not have internet access or email addresses. We rely on you to help this Club run efficiently and part of that comes under communication. If it was me, I would rather be told something twice than not at all. Thank you.

The senior teams started their season on Saturday in beautiful late-spring weather — long may it continue. Within a fortnight there will also be Colts and All-Stars training and matches and the Saturday Herts League gets underway on 11th May.

The full programme consists of more than 120 Fixtures during this coming season. We would love to see you all when you come to support Reed. The website contains details / venues of the matches but if, like me, you collect traditional Fixture Cards, our 2019 version has been printed and you can pick-up one from the Howard Marshall Pavilion when you visit us.

Wishing you an enjoyable season in whatever capacity you fall into, Player, Non-Playing Member, Vice-President, Spectator, Long-distance Supporter, Former Player, etc.

Thank you for renewing your Membership or joining for the first time.

Peter G. Baker,
Honorary Secretary, Reed Cricket Club.

Dear Member,
The cricket season is fast approaching and applications for Club membership and the payment of Annual Subscriptions are due. Please take the time to complete the application form, so the club database is updated. In order to ensure that all interested parties are kept up to date with club information, it is important that the attached form is completed and returned to me either by post or e-mail ([email protected]).
At the 2018 AGM the decision was taken to leave Membership Fees (except adult playing) the same as for 2018 as follows:

Adult Playing Members £90
Reduced to £75 if paid before 1st May.

Junior Playing Members £35
(aged 14 and above on 1st Sept 2018 AND in full-time education)
Reduced to £25 if paid before 1st May.

Colt Members £50

Non-Playing Members and Vice-Presidents £25

If paying online the details are:
Reed Cricket Club. A/C No. 00740153; Sort Code 30-97-16 Reference: Membership

The GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) requires the way data is collected and stored. It does require that members to complete & return the registration form annually to keep their membership status. The policy for this can be read in the Reed Cricket Club website

Data protection. The club will use the information provided on this form, as well as, other information it obtains about the player to administer his/her cricketing activity at the club, and in any activities in which he/she participates through the club, and to care for, and supervise, activities in which he/she is involved. In some cases, this may require the club to disclose the information to County Boards, leagues and to the ECB. In the event of a medical or child safeguarding issue arising, the club may disclose certain information to doctors or other medical specialists and/or to police, children’s social care, the courts and/or probation officers and, potentially, to legal and other advisers involved in an investigation this form,

The easyfundraising section of the Reed Club website, organised by Michael Curtis, generates income for the club – please take the time to look at these ‘Ads’ and if you ‘shop’ on line go in through the link from the Club Website to download the Easyfundraising Toolbar or App. You will not pay extra on your goods but the club receives a percentage of the amount spent.

If you order heating oil consider using the Boiler Juice app and name Reed Cricket Club as your local community centre. Boiler Juice then donate a % to the cricket club.

Our 100 CLUB is another valuable source of income for the Club and new members are always welcome. Please contact Michael Curtis, 07974 929301 for further information.

The online shop for all cricket clothing is now live, which is supplied by Tylers’ Sportswear

Our Club has also adopted the ECB’s Policy of “Safe Hands”. Anyone involved in captaining, coaching, managing, umpiring or scoring and those playing in teams involving any children under 18 must be DBS vetted through the ECB. If you do not have a DBS disclosure and need one please contact the Welfare Officer, Chloe Robertson, [email protected] , or me, [email protected] The application is done online.

All members should take to time to read the Code of Conduct which is also on the Reed Cricket Club Website and in the Fixtures Booklet.

Please make sure that your FULLY completed membership forms are returned to me as soon as possible, even if paying by Direct Debit. League matches start at the beginning of May and only PAID UP members will qualify for selection.

Selection takes place on Monday evenings – please make your availability known, either by telling the team captains Tom Greaves, Ed Garrott, Robert Lankester or a member of the Selection Committee; Matt Bowles, Stuart Smith, Karl Ward, Paul Garrott.

Yours sincerely,

Cilla Robertson.

Membership Secretary.