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The Belvoir Bees project sees the Trust and it volunteer coaches work with cricket clubs to develop and sustain their junior sections.

One of our success stories has been our partnership with Melton Mowbray CC which just six years ago only had two struggling senior sides and no juniors at all.

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Two weeks today (Wed, August 29) the famous Maasai Cricket Warriors will take on a Duchess of Rutland XI in a special T20 match at Knipton and all are welcome.
It promises to be an amazing spectacle against the backdrop of Belvoir Castle as the tourists play in their traditional clothing.
They are famous for drawing on their skills of spear throwing and using a shield to bat and bowl so it promises to be an intriguing contest. The game will start at 2pm.
The Warriors are touring the UK to promote their culture and country, Kenya, and support a number of projects based around issues such as hate crime, modern slavery and conservation so please come along and show your support.
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We have a winner! One of our supporters won £250 on the Melton Community Lottery this weekend, our biggest winner to date.
Buying a weekly ticket or two is a great way to help us on a regular basis.
From each £1 ticket sold, 50p comes straight to us. A further 10p goes into a community fund for local good causes, 20p to the prize fund, and the rest is for running costs and VAT.
If you live in Melton area you can sign up at www.meltonlottery.co.uk and search 'Belvoir'.
There are cash prizes up for grabs as well as regular bonus draws and the jackpot is £25,000!
If you live in the Grantham area and wish to play and support our work the good news is that a scheme is being launched for you this autumn. Tickets for lotterySK will go on sale in mid-September so watch out for further updates.
Good luck!
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