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St Marks Festival

The official World Cup Trophy Tour is coming to Bristol on March 9th, 10th and 11th.

Gloucestershire Cricket have planned a City Council road closure on St Marks Road, Easton. This event will bring the local community together which will celebrate the ICC World Cup trophy is coming to Bristol.

Saturday March 9th - St Marks Road Cricket Festival

The event is a celebration of cricket, local traders and the local community and will be run by the GCB and the GCCC. Bristol City Council have agreed a ‘road closure’. There will be lots for people to do at this event such as:

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Batfast (Cricket simulator) for anyone to have a try

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Fun coaching zones

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ICC Trophy available for photo's

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Plenty of food and drink outlets

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Bowling alley challenge

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Open match area where anyone can get involved and just play

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Local traders all open for business

St Marks Road has been identified as a wonderfully diverse local street that has tons to offer. The community spirit is fantastic with local traders all supporting each other. The road is hugely diverse with a church, mosque and pub all within about 30 metres. All backgrounds, races and religions are welcome.

The event is the first step in a relationship that will see Gloucestershire Cricket work a lot closer with its Black and Minority Ethnic (BAME) community in Bristol, everyone is welcome!

About the ICC Cricket World Cup

The Gloucestershire Cricket Board (GCB) is launching a series of special events to celebrate the ICC Cricket World Cup Trophy coming to Bristol.

The famous trophy will be in the city – which is one of the host venues – from March 8-10 as part of the countdown to cricket’s showpiece tournament.

From a schools’ competition at City Academy to a street festival on St Mark’s Road via the SS Great Britain, the trophy will visit destinations across Bristol to try and spark excitement about this summer’s World Cup.

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