We’re loving the new cricket illustration on our website which was specially created for us by Norwich-based graphic artist Jack Holmes.
Jack specializes in football images and you can check out his other work at http://jackholmes25.wixsite.com/jackholmesdesign
Follow Jack on Twitter and see his latest illustrations as he posts them!
Great news for fans of Bob Cattell’s Glory Gardens series. After a 15 year break, the ninth book in the series – ‘Return to Glory’ – will be published on 1st November.
More details on Bob Cattell’s website – Glory Gardens
You can follow Bob on twitter
Really pleased to let you all know that Emma John will be coming to Norwich on Thursday 23rd February 2017 (7.45pm) to talk to us about her book – Following On.
Emma is a former deputy editor of Observer Sport Monthly and The Wisden Cricketer and in 2008 was the first woman to win a Sports Journalism Award.
Following On is Emma’s first book and has earned a series of excellent reviews; you can check them out and get more details about the book here
Follow Emma John on Twitter @em_john
We’re really delighted to be featured in Uniquely Norwich – a new pocket guide highlighting all that’s great to see and do in our fine city!
Copies are available from various locations in Norwich.
Take a look at our feature in Uniquely Norwich here
Our first guest speaker of the 2016/17 programme will be Neil Robinson, Library & Research Manager at Lord’s Cricket Ground. Neil will be joining us at the George Hotel, Norwich on Wednesday 14th September (7.45pm) and in addition to discussing his role at Lord’s, Neil will also be talking about his book Long Shot Summer: The Year of the Four England Cricket Captains 1988.
Further details about Neil’s book are available at Amberley Publishing
Follow Neil Robinson on Twitter @mcclibrarian
Really pleased that we’ve signed up our first guest speaker for 2016/17 and it’s none other than former England all-rounder Phil ‘Daffy’ DeFreitas.
Phil will be joining us at the George Hotel in Norwich on Thursday 27th October (7.45pm) to discuss his first class career with Leicestershire, Lancashire and Derbyshire, and as we approach the 30th anniversary of England’s Ashes winning tour to Australia in 1986/87 Phil will also be sharing with us his memories of making his Test debut on that tour and playing alongside the likes of David Gower, Ian Botham and Allan Lamb.
Put the date in the diary, this is not to be missed!
Thanks to everyone who made it along to our screening of Warriors at Cinema City on Monday 25th January, so pleased that we managed a sell out crowd of 66!
Warriors is now available to buy on DVD, details at http://www.warriorsfilm.co.uk