In the second Bream Fest Match, Bream Amateurs took on Bream Rugby Club. Eventually, the sun fell below the cloudbase lighting up the spectators on the Lawn.
The first of the series of three the 3 Bream Fest Matches took place on the Lonk.
The match was won by Bream Cricket Club -no embarrassment there – but Bream Amateurs gave a good account of themselves.
Many thanks to everyone that came along.
On a lovely evening, Bream Junior Cricket became the first home team to win a match on The Lonk, since 2015 when work on the ground improvements commenced.
The new mower was supplied by Revill Mowers of Coleford. It was funded by a grant from West Dean Parish Council. The mower is pictured on the new ground on which the grass playing surface is being developed. Pictured are Ian, Russell of Revill Mowers, Jon and Glyn.
Cricket returned to Bream on a beautiful summer day with Sudbrook making the short trip across the river Wye to play on the Lonk.
Bream put up a spirited display but Sudbrook had set them a target that was too much to achieve on the day.
Three weeks later Bream entertained Monmouth.
Following a meeting of the committee and staff, it was decided that the club will re-open on Saturday 4th July 2020.
In common with other establishments, during the current Covid-19 emergency, members, guests and visitors will be required to sign in upon arrival in order to aid the NHS track and trace system should the need arise. Please follow the current government guidance.
You will notice changes to seating arrangements and new signage to help everyone comply with government guidelines.
We hope that you have enjoyable visits and invite you to view the improvements to the grounds that are now starting to come to fruition. Volunteers from the club have worked hard to get us to this position.