The charming old Pavilion, is an elegant venue for social functions and celebrations such as anniversaries and birthdays, whether intimate parties or formal banquets - all are catered for in style.
The Pavilion has been refurbished to a high standard, but retains its delightful atmosphere and wonderful historic prints and photographs of cricket at Scarborough.
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A range of facilities are suitable for business meetings, conferences and exhibitions accommodating different numbers and budgets. See our reviews on TripAdvisor : Scarborough Attractions.
Scarborough Cricket Club was founded in 1849 when the first cricket matches were played on Castle Hill; the ground today at North Marine Road, is second only in capacity cricket to the Test Match venues.
We have a fantastic new 360° panorama. Please click the following link to view:
Events - what tickles your fancy??
We have held various events in the Pavilion over the last year, Pamper and Craft evenings, quiz nights, race nights and antiques quizzes. We'd love to hear your suggestions for forthcoming events - get in touch!
Thursday 14th August 7.30 for 8.00pm
To join our mailing list to find out about forthcoming events, please email Colin Adamson @
Women's One Day Internationals @ Scarborough Cricket Club
Coming in August, to Scarborough Cricket Club. Your chance to see England's ashes winning women's team playing 2 ODI's.
August 21st and August 23rd 2014
Don't miss your chance to see some fabulous cricket played out on a superb ground.
Tickets are available from Scarborough Cricket Ground, by post and also via telephone 01723 365625
Credit/Debit cards are accepted.
Cost of tickets are £10.00 and concessionary tickets are £5.00
Don't miss out on this wonderful opportunity to see the ladies in action!
Refreshments will be available to purchase at the ground.
County Match July 2014
Opening day at Scarborough to start an hour later
— 4 July 2014