Enjoy some Specsavers County Championship cricket from the comfort of the President’s marquee with hospitality at Scarborough Cricket Club this summer.

The North Marine Road ground will host two Specsavers County Championship matches this summer, as Yorkshire host Surrey from Monday 25th June, before Worcestershire visit for the Scarborough festival starting Sunday 19th August.

Presidents Marquee Hospitality

The elegant marquee stands proudly on the boundary, offering a unique chance to enjoy your day in style.

Hospitality in the Marquee is available at all First Class Matches, at a cost of £80 per person plus VAT (price excludes bar & wine costs).

Private tables for 10 guests (or mixed tables of individuals) are available in the Presidents Marquee during all county and Festival matches.

Tables are situated alongside those for the President and any corporate guests.

  • Match Tickets
  • Own private table (s)
  • Morning coffee & biscuits upon arrival
  • Three course buffet lunch and coffee
  • Bar facilities available throughout the day—cash or account by prior arrangement
  • Traditional afternoon tea
  • Scorecards
  • Daily newspapers
  • Deck chair seating in front of marquee


Monday 20th August
Guest Speaker—Geoff Miller
£40 per guest—3 course meal plus coffee

For further details please contact Victoria Wilkinson:

Mobile: 07841 016655
Email: [email protected]


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