Registered Charity Number 306054
The Lord’s Taverners is the UK’s leading youth cricket and disability sports charity. It works across the UK and beyond to ensure that disadvantaged and disabled young people have access to free sport and all the benefits it can bring.
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More about Lord's Taverners
The programmes it delivers support some of the most marginalised and at risk young people in the UK.
Aimed at disabled 8-18 year olds who would otherwise have no access to sport, table cricket is a pan- disability form of cricket played on a table tennis table. The charity organises a national programme of delivery in schools and community groups and run an annual national competition that culminates in a finals day at Lord’s
Based in communities rather than schools, Super 1s offers disabled young people aged 12-25 an inclusive opportunity to play cricket at grassroots level. The charity works in 16 locations across the UK, setting up local hubs where young people can come together, play and learn vital life skills.
Designed to tackle disadvantage, Wicketz is a community cricket programme for children facing severe deprivation across the UK. Each of the 19 projects deals with issues in the local area, from health and wellbeing concerns to police and safety problems. Participants come along for the cricket and stay for the team building, leadership and personal development opportunities.
Sports Kit Recycling
We receive donated kit from all over the UK. We then sort, pack and redistribute kit to projects all over the world - from youth teams in England, to girls projects in Brazil, refugee support programmes in Germany and slum projects in India.