Derbyshire Cricket Board return to the 3aaa County Ground
DERBYSHIRE CRICKET BOARD RETURN TO THE 3aaa COUNTY GROUND
After 18 months away, this week the DCB started moving back to the 3aaa County Ground.
Following the demolition of their previous offices the DCB have been working out of the Amber Valley District Council Offices in Ripley.
The move back to use the office space in the Elite Performance Centre has been planned for some time with the staff completing the process this week. This means that from Monday 31st October the Gateway Centre will be their base.
Inevitably there will be a settling in period but we stress that it is work as normal on Monday. All IT services and phones should be up and running by the middle of the day.
This relocation back to Derby will enable those projects involving close collaboration with the County Club, with the Women’s World Cup as a lead example, to develop more readily as core staff are on the same site.
The DCB Directors have really appreciated the work of the DCB staff in managing their second move in 2 years and hope that this effort is recognised by all in Derbyshire Cricket.
The DCB's postal address will be as follows:
Derbyshire Cricket Board,
The 3aaa County Ground,
The DCB's existing phone number of 01773 570222 will change as of Monday 31st October. A full list of staff contact details will be distributed on Monday 31st October when the phones are up and running.
If you have any queries before that time please contact Richard Wood on 07841759315 or Mick Glenn on 07976504276
From Playground to County Ground
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For more information please contact Andy Bowley, our Head of Recreational Cricket on 01773 570222 ext 1439 email: email@example.com