Children's cricket camps
This summer Waitrose supported sports charity, Chance to Shine, run children cricket one-day camps, for all abilities. The camps we run up and down the country enabling over 800 children to advance their cricket skills or try for the first time. Waitrose provided healthy packed lunches and donated £5 to the charity for every child.
As official sponsors of the England Cricket teams Waitrose have been commited to supporting local cricket clubs and bringing grassroots cricket to the wider community.
ECB Club Open Day scheme
Through the ECB Club Open Day scheme Waitrose donates £100 of food and drink to every registered club. This year we supported 1,300 cricket clubs host an open day. Find out how we are supporting local cricket clubs and how you can get involved
The England cricket team deliver groceries for Waitrose across
Find out how Jonny Bairstow and other England cricketers surprised customers with their grocery delivery and a pair of England cricket tickets...
Waitrose supported Cricket charity, Chance to Shine , take over the prestigious Long Room at Lord’s Cricket Ground to hold their annual cook off - Chance to Dine.
Stuart Broad, Mark Butcher, Jonathan Agnew and Greame Swann created a course each in the hope of becoming this years champion chef. Watch the video to find out which of the selection of past and present cricketers took this years title. Find out more >
Throughout our sponsorship we've given away exclusive England cricket prizes such as tickets to watch England play, signed cricket bats and other cricket experiences.
Exclusive player interviews and videos
Get closer to the action with Waitrose and find out about the players who make up the England Men’s and Women’s Cricket teams.
It's all about food
Cricket, more than any other game, is dominated and civilised by food. A Test match stops for lunch and then again for tea, plus most expect a liquid refreshment at the end of the day too