Join us for Beckenham CC’s 150th Anniversary Celebration

On Sunday 5th June, the Primary Club will be helping the cricket club where the charity was founded celebrate their 150th anniversary. The event will start at 11.30am at Beckenham CC’s Foxgrove Road ground with a demonstration of visually impaired cricket, open to all to join.  This will be

Venue for 2016 BBS Primary Club Cup Final Announced

The 2016 British Blind Sport Primary Club Heindrich Swanepoel Memorial Cup Final will take place at Wormsley, the Getty family’s Estate in Buckinghamshire, on Saturday 20th August. The tournament, which is the world’s longest running annual disability cricket competition, was first held in 1979 with previous final

Annual Northamptonshire Fund Raiser breaks records

Michael Savage hosted his fifth highly successful Primary Club lunch in Northamptonshire in November 2015 and raised a record sum in the process.  This eagerly awaited annual event is now firmly established in the Primary Club calendar as the premier annual fund raiser. The prospect of competing

Where Your Money Goes: Birmingham Sports Club

The Primary Club are proud to sponsor the Birmingham Sports Club for the Visually Impaired (BSCVI) and have received the following reports regarding their highly successful 2014/5 seasons BSCVI – Goalball Goalball is a Paralympic sport for the visually impaired details of which can be found at Paralympic
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Richie Benaud’s posthumous donation to The Primary Club

Cricket writer and Primary Club Trustee John Stern recently received a donation to The Primary Club from the Cricket Writers’ Club, represented here by commentator David Lloyd. The donation was made at the request of Daphne Benaud, widow of the late, great Richie, who was a posthumous

Five Days to Walk 150 Miles

Four years ago David Bracey, co-founder of The Fountain Workshop, one of Kent’s most successful companies, started treatment for testicular cancer, a deadly form of the disease if not treated quickly. Fast approaching his 50th birthday, David decided it was time to fulfil a pledge he made to himself