Chatsworth Cricket Club recently featured in episode 3 of Chatsworth - A Great British Year now available on All 4. For more information click here.
Photo Paul Sloane
Set in the heart of the Derbyshire's Peak District, Chatsworth Cricket Club has one of the most picturesque and unique settings of any cricket club in the country and enjoys scenic views of Chatsworth house
Cricket has been played at Chatsworth, in some form, for nearly 200 years. The first mention of cricket being played at Chatsworth is in Queen Victoria's diary dated 20th October 1832.
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The cricket club is located in the 1,000-acre Chatsworth park, which attracts over 500,000 visitors a year. It is set along side the River Derwent and has views of the house, park and 200ft emperor fountain
In November 2019 Chatsworth Cricket Club saw unprecedented levels of flooding
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