Club News

Club House Re-open

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We propose to reintroduce a limited social aspect to AECC from Saturday 4th July and look forward to welcoming you all back to your Club. The Government has issued strict guidelines for hospitality which must be adhered to enabling us to provide a safe environment for you to enjoy the social and sporting elements of AECC. We ask for your support, compliance and tolerance with the measures we are implementing. Our overriding priority is to create and maintain a safe and healthy Club and these guidelines are for the well-being and safety for both members and staff. Please see below details of how the Club will be operating...      See full story...

C-19 - Code of Conduct

With the re-opening of the club, all members need to be aware of the following code of conduct and guidelines for all members and anyone visiting the club. This code of conduct can also be found on the clubs website here https://www.aecc.org.uk/covid-19-code-of-conduct/      See full story...

Dogs at AECC

Dogs at Alderley Edge Cricket Club In the light of the COVID 19 pandemic your committee has been obliged to review and remind members of the the clubs policy regarding dogs. Please be aware that the main Club Grounds including The Edge Hockey Centre are predominately sports surfaces and the following rules apply...      See full story...

AEHC Covid Pitch Usage Rules

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As some of you will have seen England Hockey have now provided guidance on the resumption of some hockey activity. We are delighted to say that from Sunday 24th May we will make The Edge available for use in a restricted manner. We plan to do this on a trial basis whilst we gauge demand and understand what more formal structure (if any) we need to put around this. We are trusting that members will act sensibly, with common sense and with respect for others. As such the initial operating approach/instructions are as follows.      See full story...

Tennis Floodlight Installation

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We are delighted to announce that after a successful trial in December, the new floodlights are being installed in May. We are looking forward to a busy winter tennis season under the lights. And of course we hope we can be back on court well before then....read on for further details      See full story...

The 2.6 Challenge - £748 raised - well over target of £260 - THANK YOU - and you can still participate

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Stuart Murray our Head Tennis Coach has created a number of videos to keep everyone active during the lock-down period. Last week he created a challenge with a difference. The aim - to raise money for NHS charities.....      See full story...