Monthly Archives: August 2015

2016 internationals at Trent Bridge

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Have you enjoyed your time here during the fourth Ashes test? Or perhaps spent the last two days regretting not buying tickets? Well now is your chance to register interest in the next round of England international fixtures taking place here at Trent Bridge next summer.

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The Man On The Door

Throughout a Test match there are many people that go unnoticed and that no more so than the stewards and security guards that look after all the supporters that come in to Trent Bridge every day of the Test Match. On entering he Rushcliffe Suite this morning , Brian on the door told me of his delight to be moved away from the gates but also how much fun and enjoyment he has working at Trent bridge for a Test Match. He told me how much banter he has with the likes of Nasser Hussain and Ricky Ponting as they come into the ground but also at his irration at the likes of Ian Botham, who he referred to as a ‘pain in the backside’. He loves the fact he’s meeting and interacting with different people everyday but a change in position is nice and he’s looking forward as all of us to England bringing home the Ashes.

Business is booming

On a glorious day at Trent Bridge, seats start to fill up with people eagerly awaiting an England victory on day three. A sell out expected today, means positive for business around the ground, i popped along to an off license before the gates opened to see how much of an effect the Trent Bridge crowd has on business.

“With the football season starting, business heightens. When Trent Bridge hosts a test, i think it is the busiest period we have, but it’s good to see that.” It has been a cracking test match so far, on and off the field. We will see if England can wrap the game up in the first session.

Help Nottingham become the home of sport

Visit England are searching for the nation’s home of sport, and by simply sending a tweet or Instagram post, you can help Nottingham clinch that prestigious title.

So if you are in the stands today at Trent Bridge, take a photo of yourself and upload it to Twitter or Instagram with the hash tags #homeofsport #nottingham and make sure to tag your location to give Nottingham the best chance of winning.

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Freddie Flintoff: Second innings live in Nottingham


The Stories, The Sledging, The Truth.

Cricketing legend and England team hero Andrew ‘Freddie’ Flintoff is hitting the road to celebrate the 10-year anniversary of his historic 2005 Ashes victory.

This born entertainer will regale you with hilarious tales and changing room banter with all the behind-the-crease cricketing insights you could want – not to mention a little bit of Elvis and a couple of googlies. Live on stage alongside comedy writer, producer and podcast partner-in-crime Clyde Holcroft, this hysterical evening with Britain’s most outrageous sportsman is not to be missed!

Royal Concert Hall 11 August, 7.30pm

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Tickets available online at or by calling the Box Office on 0115 989 5555

A sunny Trent Bridge

The weather report is good and final preparations are under way for the third day of the Fourth Ashes Test. In what promises to be a good day for England, a sell out crowd will be here to witness Alastair Cook and his men go 3-1 up in the series and win the Ashes.

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