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England vs Pakistan - Make the most of your visit!

— 18 May 2019

If you’re coming to Emerald Headingley on Sunday for the Fifth Royal London One-Day International between England and Pakistan , there will be plenty of things to see and do around the ground. You can expect to see the below organisations offering a range of activities and samples.

  • GinTopia & Slingsby Gin

    GinTopia will be offering the best gins, tonics and garnishes from Yorkshire and beyond, including YCCC’s preferred gin brand ‘Slingsby’. Visiting GinTopia, located on the North East Stand concourse, is the perfect opportunity to embrace the ambience of the Test Match with a lovingly prepared G&T!

  • Tetley’s

    New for this year, Tetley’s official beer of Yorkshire CCC, will be pouring at the Marquee Bar near the main entrance to the ground. Come and enjoy a pint of Tetley’s Original Cask or Tetley’s No.3 Pale Ale, which is brewed in Leeds and inspired by a Tetley’s recipe from 1868. Come and meet the Tetley’s team, try a sample of No.3 or Golden Ale and enter our competition to win a pair of tickets to a future YCCC game. Find out more @tetleysbeer

  • Wensleydale Creamery

    Wensleydale Creamery will be sampling their award-winning cheeses and also selling the delicious Yorkshire Delicacy of Yorkshire Wensleydale & Wensleydale Fruit Cake for all to enjoy during the match. Visit their stand for a true ‘Taste of Yorkshire’ and to enter a competition to win a fabulous cheese hamper! Also keep an eye out on their social media pages this week for your chance to win a classic YCCC County Championship signed shirt!

  • Punjabi Roots

    Punjabi Roots Academy is based in the heart of Bradford and is an events and entertainment organisation. We have been established and running since 2012, and during this time have grown immensely in the work we cover. We provide entertainment and manage events, from weddings, parties, corporate events, sporting events, mainstream music festivals and have worked on many mainstream TV channels as well as working abroad, with our most recent project being a cruise on the Asian continent.

    Our services range from music, dance and drumming, to full on events management and putting on large scale events in the corporate market.

    We thrive on our passion and are excited to deliver culture and diversity through what we do and aim to showcase this across varied platforms.

  • Yorkshire Cricket Foundation

    The Yorkshire Cricket Foundation, Official charity and community arm of Yorkshire CCC, will be at the ODI launching their #BuzzForYCF awareness campaign, come and see if you can beat the bleep in their giant buzzwire challenge, get a snap in their photo board and find out about the work they do in Yorkshire’s communities.

    Boundaries For Life

    Boundaries for life is a health initiative that was founded in 2010 to promote health awareness at sports events throughout the UK. We do this by offering a free health check to spectators and ground staff alike.

    Our health promotion strategy is to target people who might otherwise not access regular health checks.

    We aim…

    • to promote awareness of very common and preventable conditions
    • to identify people who might be at risk of future health problems at an early stage
    • to allow people to take charge of their own health, by making them aware of the signs and symptoms of common health problems and to use these as targets for ensuring their future health


    Every 20 minutes someone in the UK is diagnosed with a form of blood cancer and only one in three would find a match within their family. It’s incredibly easy for people to sign up to the national register so we will be working alongside the Hussain family to find a possible match for their son Hussain who was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukaemia. You can get involved by offering three swabs from the inside of your cheek and completing a registration form. Anyone from age 17-55 in generally good health can sign up. Find the DKMS volunteers outside the East Stand Museum.