K.C.H.T.
In 2013, Kent County Cricket Club set up the independent Kent Cricket Heritage Trust to establish a centre of excellence for the study, research and promotion of cricket in Kent, and take an active involvement in maintaining and displaying the club's archive and artefacts. 

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For details of membership (from£10 a year),
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ABOUT THE KCHT

The Kent Cricket Heritage Trust is an independent charitable trust set up to manage the collection of memorabilia, papers and artworks owned by Kent County Cricket Club.

We also want to let people know the part that cricket has played in the history of the county, not only through the men's and women's first-class game but also through the hundreds of town, village and wandering clubs that are an essential part of the game and cricketingcommunity in Kent.

The charity manages the collection of memorabilia, papers and artworks owned by Kent Cricket dating back to the 19th century.

The Kent Cricket Heritage Trust works across four main areas:
1. The maintenance and development of the Kent County Cricket Club collection
2. The development of a research facility into Kent Cricket history
3. The development of activities and newsletters for members of the Trust
4. Establishing relationships with other cricket clubs and institutions, and with other heritage groups within the county who may not be specifically concerned with cricket.

KCHT OFFICERS
Chairman: Jonathan Rice
Heritage Officer: Ian Phipps
Secretary: Colin M Jarman
Treasurer: Keith Austin
Trustees: Howard Milton, Ian Phipps, Keith Austin & Simon Storey
President: Chris Cowdrey


KCHT Address
The Spitfire Ground, St Lawrence, Old Dover Rd, Canterbury, CT1 3NZ
01227 456886 (KCCC office)

Registered Charity Number:1154556

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