We all know that Covid-19 is turning everyone’s lives’ upside down.
And in the middle of this turmoil, the first priority for us all is that we stay safe.
This is not the first place for you to check information on how you can stay safe, but here is a link to the Government Covid-19 page and the NHS one just in case we have reminded you of a piece of information that would help you now.
Instead, we will use this page to post information about how the response to the virus, including the lockdown is impacting our cricket club.
Here are the two club updates we have already sent out and some additional news from government and cricket’s governing bodies that may be of interest:
16 March 2020: Club Statement regarding the coronavirus situation
26 March 2020: A Message from Thames Ditton CC on the Covid-19 Situation
28 April 2020: An update for members
22 May 2020: Colts – A ray of light!
1 June 2020: Colts Membership Fees
18 March 2020: The ECB has made a statement which has suspended all forms of the recreational game for now in light of the developing COVID-19 situation – this extends to training, pre-season friendlies and any associated cricket activity.
As a club we are optimistic that some form of cricket will be able to take place around the club this Summer and in addition we will look at how the club may be able to help the local community in these testing times.
Your Questions Matter to Us
As a club we are plotting our way through the challenges the virus is throwing at us, but we need to know what questions you have of us.
That’s where we see the true importance of this page.
This is your opportunity to ask us the questions that are important to you.
Please send the questions you have to us:
Emails sent here will be received by the committee, who will read them all and respond.
We will get back to you with the answers to your questions and we will publish these answers here – so you can see the challenges we have and how we are responding.
This is also the place we will publish the latest updates we have of the impact of the virus on the club and local cricket.
Please do let us know your thoughts, comments and suggestions by emailing us now.