Child Bereavement UK is delighted to invite you to the prestigious Royal Household Cricket Club Festival at Windsor Castle. 

The Royal Household Cricket Club is a cricket team representing the Royal Households of the United Kingdom. The Club, whose president is the Duke of Edinburgh, plays its home matches at Frogmore, within the Home Park of Windsor Castle. It was founded in 1905 by King Edward VII, who was a keen supporter. The two-week cricket festival is held bi-annually to help charities raise funds and awareness. 

This unique, exclusive and exciting event is a private day at the festival for Child Bereavement UK and includes hospitality, entertainment and a game of Twenty20 cricket against the Royal Household team. 

Your ticket includes watching a lively game of cricket, a Pimm’s drinks reception, entertainment, full BBQ lunch and dessert, afternoon tea with cake, live and silent auctions, and a complimentary bar throughout the day into the early evening. All soft drinks, tea and coffee are also included. 

Child Bereavement UK is holding this special event as part of the charity’s 30th Anniversary celebrations, with the aim of raising £80,000 to support our work with bereaved children, young people and families - rebuilding lives together.

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Arial photograph of Windsor Castle and grounds