In October 2010 the historic Hampton Hill Cricket Club pavillion was lost in a devastating fire. Since then the club, the local residents and businesses, and the wider cricketing community has come together to raise a significant amount of money to allow the club house to be rebuilt.
The new pavilion has been built using SIPs (Structurally Insulated Panels) and is one of the most environmentally friendly sports buildings in the country. Macdonald Design, acting in an architectural and project management capacity alongside Creative Space and JW Cannon, oversaw the works. The new pavilion was officially opened on 7th June 2013
For details on our fundraising progress please see our dedicated Phoenix Fund page
See below for the latest news on the pavilion!
Hampton Hill Cricket Club celebrated the completion of their new pavilion last weekend, two-and-a-half years after an arson attack destroyed the previous building. A reception was held in the pavilion on Friday evening to thank some of the main funding partners and major contributors to the club’s Phoenix Fund. Speaking … Continue reading
After two-and-a-half years of planning, negotiating, designing and fundraising, Hampton Hill Cricket Club are proud to announce that their new pavilion will be open this weekend. The first match to use the new facility in full will be the first Fullers Surrey League match of the 2013 season, with HHCC’s … Continue reading
The weekend of 11th and 12th May will see the opening of the new pavilion and the start of a new era for Hampton Hill Cricket Club. On Saturday, 11th the 1st XI take on Horley in the opening game of the 2013 Fullers Surrey League season. On Sunday, 12th, … Continue reading
The sunny weather has helped the pavilion build progress. We are now hoping to be in by mid May and have the use of the changing rooms by the 4th May.
The club is planning a series of events to celebrate the opening of the new pavilion. The first of these will take place on Sunday, May 12th , when a Club XI will take on The Vagabonds, a team of ex-Hampton Hill players. We would like to see as many … Continue reading