Using cricket to bring people together

Through small steps that make a real difference, we will ensure that the players who wear the Bear & Ragged Staff, fans and staff all feel safe and welcome.

We have made strides in this area on and off the field, but we need, and want, to do better.  This plan sets out our intentions, but we know that it’s our actions and outcomes that people will judge us on, not our policy statements.

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Things will change, and keep changing, as we continue on a journey to ensure that Edgbaston is for Everyone.

Stuart Cain

Chief Executive

Our Pillars

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Data, Insight & Reporting

Collect diversity data to inform our Equity, Diversity & Inclusion work and action plan.

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Visibility & Awareness

We will educate and train our people and ensure we are transparent and inclusive.

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Involve & Inspire

We will create forums for our people and stakeholders to have a voice.

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Build for the Future

We will provide employment opportunities for the community and invest in young people.

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Celebrate & Engage

We will use our platform to create positivity for everyone and celebrate our community.

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Governance & Policy

We will ensure we have the best governance and structures in place.

Multifaith Charter

We have worked with local faith groups to devise devised a Multifaith Charter which defines how the Club will welcome and serve the multi-cultural communities of the region.

In order to achieve our ambitions, the Club commits to work in collaboration with all faith communities to deliver this charter and recognises the important role faith communities play within our region.

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Edgbaston for Everyone

We welcome and value all feedback on our plan, what we do here at Edgbaston and your experiences with Warwickshire County Cricket Club.

Please do share your thoughts, questions or concerns with us via the form above or email customerservices@edgbaston.com

We stand against discrimination in all its forms and are committed to ensuring that cricket is a game for everyone. If you have experienced or witnessed discrimination you can report it to WCCC through the above, or directly to the ECB via their website here.

Any reports will then be triaged by either WCCC or the ECB depending on where it has been reported, and investigated by the relevant cricket organisation.