General News | 25th June 2005
Wanted - Families and friends for Twenty20
We've got plenty of activities to entertain the whole family before the match, which starts at 2.30pm, and hope everyone who watched us beat Lancashire on Friday will return with their friends and relatives.
Commercial Director Lisa Pursehouse said: "We're looking to make it a family day, with a Sunday lunch available and activities for young and old alike.
"Twenty20 is all about family entertainment and by providing some appetisers before the main event we think we can make it a fun day out for everyone.
"To get almost 6,500 fans into Trent Bridge after Friday's weather was fantastic. The forecast for tomorrow is good so we hope we can beat Friday's figure and have lots of support for the team."
Children can play cricket in the Woodhead Hall as well as get their faces painted and have fun on a bouncy castle in the squash courts, while mums looking for 10 minutes peace and quiet can enjoy a massage and glass of Pimms from 1-3pm.
People will also get the chance to meet birds of prey from the Terry Marsh Bird and Animal Rescue centre in the TBI car park before the action begins at 2.30pm.
Tickets for the match cost ?10 for adults, ?5 for children and OAPs and ?25 for a family ticket. They are available from the Ticket Sales Points around the ground.
These are located at Fox Road (cash only), the TBI turnstiles (cash and credit cards accepted), Bridgford Road (cash only) and the Dixon Gate (cash and credit cards). Cash is preferred to allow quick access to the ground.
The traditional two-course Sunday Lunch will be served in the Derek Randall Suite from 12-2pm and costs ?13.95 for adults and ?7 for Under 12s. To book, call 0115 945 5321.