Discover The 300 Year Old Cricket Ground!

Penshurst Park
Penshurst Park

Penshurst Park Cricket Ground or the Earl of Leicester’s Park at Penshurst Kent is one of the oldest cricket venues in the world. Cricket has been played at this venue since 1728.

Penshurst is notable as the venue for three significant cricket matches, played in 1728 and 1729 between Kent, managed by Edwin Stead and two Sussex  teams managed by Charles Lennox, 2nd Duke of Richmond and Sir William Gage.

The ground is now the home of Penshurst Park Cricket Club.

This evocative print, beautifully captures a typical summers day in the Garden of England, depicting a game of cricket.

If you have a copy of this limited edition print, I would love to hear from you.

My name is Steve Howard, you have been reading the Digital Circus.


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