The club originates from the 1920's when matches were played on the common in the village centre. It was relocated to its current position in 1950 and is the highest ground in the south of England. The National Trust have recently granted a further 50 year lease to the club for the use of the land and pavilion, this coincided with the completion of the project to rebuild the pavilion in 2007. On match days there is ample parking up at the ground but the walk from the centre of Coldharbour is not to be missed. Bring a picnic and come and enjoy these fabulous and unique surroundings.

Nets are a great way to introduce new members, existing players will have enough gear to lend to new potential players. Please ask any ex-players, friends, neighbours, nephews, work colleagues etc. if they'd like to try cricket out for the first time, or try and revive skills from yesteryear. All are welcome; it is not limited to just Coldharbour village although villagers would be particularly welcome - even those who play against the club in the village match, dates will be published next spring.

Exciting new kit is now available, please go to this link to purchase.

The 2017 season is now finished, the 2018 fixture list will be published in the spring. If you would like to arrange a match with us, or to use our ground, please contact the fixture secretary.

The boundary fence on two sides of the ground has been replaced also extra maintenance of the pitch over the winter to combat moles, bird damage and moss have all resulted in an even better facility for cricket this summer. All work has been funded out of the club's reserves and if you would like to contribute then please get in touch.