Wizard Sports Events, PO Box 562, Tonbridge, Kent TN9 9LL
T: + 44 (0)845 430 2122 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Cricket Tour for Schools & Colleges to England – Central London & South East
8,10 or 12 nights at Greenwich University, Avery Hill Student Halls of Residence
Single room en suite accommodation
Daily buffet breakfast
Evening dinners at Avery Hill
Entrance fees for all attractions and tours
All transfers in air conditioned coach
2 x (500ml) Daily bottled Mineral Water
3,4 or 5 Cricket kit laundry
All local taxes
Services of Wizard Sports Events from arrival to departure
Cricket Ground hire
Dukes UK manufactured cricket balls
Scorers and umpire costs
Refreshments- fresh juice, energy drinks, fresh fruit etc.
International air fares
Any food other than specified in the itinerary
Drinks during specified meals other than mineral water
Items of a personal nature, laundry (except that stated above) telephone, spa, drinks, room service,
Any kind of insurance
Any other supplement or item not listed in the above inclusions
All participants MUST have travel and health insurance to include sport participation
All tours can be personalised to meet client’s requirements
About the schools & Colleges
Dulwich College was founded 1619, with letters patent from King James I and this magnificent document with the Great Seal of England still survives. It has great playing fields and a history of producing many fine sportsmen and is extremely strong in both Cricket and Rugby Union.
Founded in 1596 by John Whitgift, Queen Elizabeth I’s last Archbishop of Canterbury and opened in 1600. It has a strong tradition in Rugby Union and Cricket and their ground is used for first class matches by Surrey County Cricket Club.
Was founded in 1553 by Sir Andrew Judde under Letters Patent of King Edward VI and occupies an extensive site of about 150 acres on the northern edge of the town of Tonbridge in Kent.
Its sports facilities are second to none and the Australian track and field athletes resided at the school prior to and during the 2012 London Olympics.
The school has been at the same location in Knole Park, Sevenoaks, Kent since 1432 and is flourishing with a newly built sports centre and has a fine tradition of sporting excellence.
Founded in 1541, Henry Vlll established within the Cathedral Foundation 50 King's Scholars as well as a Headmaster and Lower Master. Thanks to this core of King's Scholars, the school came to be known as the King's School.