General News | 8th January 2007
Trent Bridge tours now available
For just £2 you can find out all about the history of the ground, from its humble beginnings as a plot of land connected to the Trent Bridge Inn to the building of the modern state-of-the-art facilities of the Radcliffe Road Stand.
The 90-minute tour also takes in a visit to the Long Room, Pavilion and the Library, where archivist Peter Wynne-Thomas will be able to answer any of your questions about Notts and Trent Bridge.
Tours start every Wednesday at 2pm, starting at the Trent Bridge shop in the TBI car park.
John will be a busy man in the next few months because as well as his regular opening hours of 10am-3pm during the week, he’ll also be opening his cricket equipment store from 6-9pm for anyone attending winter nets.
Players will be able to choose from the largest selection of equipment in Nottingham, with a full range of bats available from Gunn and Moore, Slazenger, Hunts County and Gray Nicholls.
Some net lanes are still available for any clubs looking to book practice sessions ahead of the new season. For more details, contact Trent Bridge on 0115 982 3000.