The Yorkshire County Cricket Club are offering you the chance to choose what message is showcased on the Club’s official plaque on the new Yorkshire Cricket Foundation Century Club Wall.

After recently being installed, the Century Club Wall currently sits proudly next to the Yorkshire Cricket Museum at Emerald Headingley and has been devised by the Yorkshire Cricket Foundation (YCF), the official charity and community arm of YCCC.

The YCF Century Club is a great way for individuals or businesses to support a strong Yorkshire brand and charity, improve corporate social responsibility or commemorate a loved one.

Yorkshire would like its Members and supporters to decide what will go on the Club’s official plaque. The message will need to be no more than 100 characters and should simply explain what Yorkshire Cricket means to you.

Interested in purchasing your own plaque?

You can also purchase your own personalised plaque for you or a loved one, ensuring that their name is permanently on display at Emerald Headingley.

A plaque membership comprises of exclusive benefits including:

– Two spaces on a behind-the-scenes tour at Emerald Headingley Stadium

– Invitation to YCCC Sponsors networking events

– A plaque on the Century Club wall at Emerald Headingley Stadium

– Named as a beneficiary on YCF reports and website

If you would like to enter your suggestion or to find out more about the Century Club Wall, please contact [email protected]

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