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Grant Aid Support

We offer clubs a range of support in terms of grant aid development  ranging from supporting bids as a referee, supporting clubs with preparation plus planning and delivery of a grant aid bid. The sources of grant support available are varied and include funds from the ECB, Sport England, Local Authorities, County Council, and Private funding streams. Clubs hove mode successful bids in each of these funding programmes and we will continue to support our club network.

England & Wales Cricket Trust Small Grant Scheme 2017

This grant scheme is open to affiliated clubs across the county, and the process is very straightforward in terms of completing forms. The themes of this year’s scheme centre around the ‘Get the Game on’ campaign.

We strongly recommend reading the guidance notes to ensure that you are eligible to apply and that the project you are seeking funding to support is on the list of eligible projects. As in previous years the process for completion is very simple indeed, and we have the same allocation of budget as last year to spend as a county.

Download guidance notes for clubs                                                    Download application form


  • The closing date for applications Friday 20th January 2017.
  • If there are any questions which are not covered in the guidance notes above then please email Niall Young at niall.young@lincscricket.co.uk
  • These applications can be either scanned and emailed to Niall Young, or sent by post to the following address:
  • Niall Young
  • County Cricket Development Manager
  • Lincolnshire County Cricket Ltd
  • Imprint House
  • Wrightsway
  • Lincoln
  • Lincolnshire
  • LN2 4JY



We have been able to support over 20 clubs in the last 2 years with meaningful facility development support leading to the purchase of new covers, kitchen upgrades, practice net installations and pavilion upgrades.

In addition ECB and Lincolnshire Cricket is working toether to offer support for NatWest Cricketforce, an ideal opportunity to refresh not just the facilities but increase volunteers and engage with the wider community.

Additionally the Jewson Privilege Account scheme sees many clubs benefit from subsidised materials and offers across a variety of products.