We’re a Cricket club based in Brentwood, Essex whose First XI currently play in the Shephard Neame Essex League Premier Division which represents the highest level of Amateur cricket in England.
Founded in 1881 the club has a rich history and its association with Essex County Cricket Club has always been close. County and other representative cricket has been regularly played at the ground over the past 140 years. Several England players have worn the Club’s colours down the years, most recently Sky Sports’ Cricket Commentator Nick Knight and Gavin Hamilton. We also have the honour of being able to name numerous International players that have played for us, including West Indies stars Shane Shillingford, Darren Sammy and Jason Holder, and Indian ODI player Hrishikesh Kanitkar.
In addition to our successes at the upper end of the Amateur game, we pride ourselves in offering cricket to all ages, abilities and levels of experience. As such, we currently field four Saturday teams with plans for a fifth in 2016. This is in addition to our Colts section which caters for young cricketers aged from 5 through to 19, many of whom go onto play adult cricket for the club.
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The Brentwood Festival has grown into a the borough’s premier summer entertainment event.
Hosted every July on the grounds of the Brentwood Centre, crowds of 10,000+ gather over 3 days for a weekend of music, food and beer.
Sponsored by fellow Chamber member, the Brentwood Brewing Company, the festival raises funds for a variety of local charities.
The Brentwood Leisure Trust is a not for profit leisure and entertainment company that operates seven venues in Brentwood and its surrounding areas. All surpluses that we make goes towards improving our facilities and your experience.
‘Brentwood Leisure Trust will provide the widest range of affordable sports, leisure, and entertainment for the community. Our services will promote a healthy lifestyle in a safe, reliable, accessible and welcoming environment’.
To promote friendship and mutual understanding between citizens of the towns of Brentwood , England and Montbazon, France and to promote mutual exchanges between the two towns for the benefit of social, artistic, educational and commercial activities