Glamorgan County Cricket Club Publishes First Sustainability Report

Glamorgan County Cricket Club has launched its 2023 Sustainability Report, showcasing the club's unwavering commitment to supporting cricket fans, the local community and environment.

The report documents a series of environmental, social and governance initiatives and was developed in collaboration with industry experts, Keith Davies (Admiral Group Plc and Glamorgan CCC Audit and Risk Committee Member), Frances Loring (Baringa) and former Glamorgan player Joe Cooke (Net Zero Group). Highlights of the club's numerous successes, include:

  • Winning ‘Raising the Game EDI Initiative Award’ at the ECB Business of Cricket Awards; and a number of other prestigious awards;
  • Achieving 69 per cent growth in junior club participation since 2013. The number of children signed up for All Stars and Dynamos cricket is second only to Yorkshire in the UK;
  • Expanding outreach to 91 primary schools in Cardiff;
  • Becoming a Disability Confident Committed Employer and achieving Investors in Diversity accreditation; and,
  • Switching to 100 per cent renewable energy and increasing initiatives to reduce waste and increase recycling.

The club has also announced ambitious plans for 2024, including a phased change to LED lighting throughout the Stadium, opening its gates to new events such as EID prayers, and continuing to show good governance by appointing strong and diverse candidates to its Board.

Dan Cherry, CEO at Glamorgan County Cricket Club, said: ‘Our vision is to make Wales proud and to create a sustainable and inclusive cricket community for all. We are proud of what we have achieved to date and are committed to continuing to reduce our carbon footprint, build more financial resilience, provide a welcoming environment and connect even more with our communities.

“We will persist to lead the way for cricket in all aspects of EDI and in delivering our award winning community programmes. We look forward to working with and learning from people like Keith, Frances and Joe and a range of partners to further broaden our thinking and innovate in other areas and be a force for good across Wales and the wider cricket community.”

Keith Davies, Group Chief Risk & Compliance Officer, Admiral Group Plc and Glamorgan CCC Audit and Risk Committee Member, applauded the Club's achievements: “I knew Glamorgan County Cricket Club were doing some fantastic work in this highly important area and this report highlights the real difference that the Club is already making to the community and environment. It also cements the club’s ambition to do even more.”

Click here to read the Glamorgan County Cricket Club Sustainability Report.




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