In 2022, The Yorkshire Cricket Foundation formed a Heritage Advisory Group to work with its Heritage department.
This group is a volunteer, non-executive consultative group that will advise the Heritage Manager on the plans and output of the Department, four times a year. Their remit includes:
- The development of the Yorkshire Cricket collection and its museum.
- Involvement in outreach work to engage a wide variety of communities with the heritage of cricket, and to grow the collection and research possibilities through these connections.
- To identify outreach opportunities within cricket across Yorkshire where Heritage will benefit groups and communities.
- Stewardship of the Yorkshire Cricket Archive, both at Headingley Cricket Ground and at West Yorkshire Archive Service in Morley under the guidance of the Heritage Manager.
- The delivery of research projects that will benefit the aims of both the museum and the wider outreach aims of the Heritage department, and which will unlock new heritage material by working with communities across Yorkshire.
- Other projects where the Heritage Manager will benefit from consultation.
The Yorkshire Cricket Mobile Museum is an extension of the Yorkshire Cricket Museum, offering a portable exhibition space to transport to locations across the country. It has previously visited Park Avenue Bradford Cricket Ground, Scarborough Cricket Ground, and has taken place in other activities to compliment the Foundation’s activities. The content within the Mobile Museum is usually tailored to suit its audiences at those events.
It is currently unavailable for request.