The Yorkshire County Cricket Club are inviting Members attending day one of the Specsavers County Championship match between Yorkshire and Somerset on Saturday 13th July to two events at Emerald Headingley Stadium.

Members’ Forum – East Stand Long Room at 10am

A Members’ Forum will take place on Saturday 13th July in the East Stand Long Room at Emerald Headingley. The Forum will start at 10am and finish at 10:45am, ahead of the start of the opening day of Yorkshire’s Specsavers County Championship match against Somerset starting.

Yorkshire Batting Coach Paul Grayson will be in attendance alongside Chief Executive Mark Arthur and Commercial Director Andy Dawson.

A look at the new Emerald Stand – From 1pm (or the beginning of lunch, if there is a delay)

During the lunch interval, Members are invited to look at facilities within the new Emerald Stand.

For the Specsavers County Championship fixture, the ground floor, first floor and fourth floor of the Emerald Stand will be open for spectators to use throughout the day. At lunch, Members are invited to look at the new conference, events and hospitality areas, including the new Emerald Suite.

At the beginning of lunch, Members wishing to view the new facilities are asked to go to the Emerald Stand Corporate Entrance. This is located behind the Headingley Pavilion, towards the rugby ground. Members will then be able to explore the new facilities until the end of the lunch interval.

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