The annual Scarborough Cricket Festival will start on Sunday 6th August when we will be hosting Essex. The newly promoted side are led off the field by former popular Yorkshire pair Chris Silverwood, and Anthony McGrath.
More details to follow..
|Sun 6 - Wed 9 Aug 2017|
Also at this Venue
- Major Event
- Summer Festival
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Enter town via either A170 or A64 to town centre, turn left at traffic lights near Stephen Joseph theatre. At next lights (Police Station) turn right into Victoria Road and into Castle Road. Straight on at the next lights then left into North Marine Road (B1364) at the roundabout; ground is on left opposite the former Cricketers Public House. Parking - turn left through main gate, park on top of Popular Bank (on club match days only), otherwise on street disc parking or use the signposted cricket park and ride system.
Park and Ride
Entering Scarborough on the A171 to town centre, at the traffic lights on Falsgrave (on passing Mitchell's office equipment & New Tavern Public House) turn right. Then 2nd left onto St. James Road (Side of Kingdom Hall), at the junction turn right and left at the roundabout, under the railway bridge and turn right onto Ashburn Road.
Entering town on A64 head towards town centre. At 1st set of lights (B&Q) straight on. At the mini roundabout straight on passed the football ground on the left. Straight on at next lights (crossing) and then keep to centre of road and take right hand lane for next lights. Turn right and straight on at the roundabout, under the railway bridge and turn right onto Ashburn Road. There are signs for the Park and Ride. There are buses to the Cricket Ground when large events are on.
Entering Scarborough on the A170 at the first set of traffic lights (Falsgrave) turn right. Then 2nd left onto St. James Road (Side of Kingdom Hall), at the junction turn right and left at the roundabout, under the railway bridge and turn right onto Ashburn Road.
There is also park and ride at Burniston road car park on the A165 Burniston Road - when travelling from the North on the A171 turn left at the Three Jolly Sailors in Burniston and travel along Coastal Road to Scalby, over Scalby Beck bridge on to Burniston Road and the car park is on the left hand side after the golf course.
By Public Transport:
There are taxis at the railway station. If on foot cross the road towards Stephen Joseph Theatre. At the traffic lights turn right into Victoria Road and on into Castle Road. Straight on at the next lights and then left into North Marine Road at the roundabout. The ground is approx. 1/3 mile down North Marine Road on the left opposite the former Cricketers Public House.
: 1 mile from Scarborough station
- Disabled access
- Disabled toilets
- On-site catering
- On-site light refreshments
- Wheelchairs available
- Children welcome
- Disabled access