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1 - Cricket Derbyshire Elite Performance Centre
The Cricket Derbyshire Elite Performance Centre, known formerly as the Gateway Centre, is now an exclusive facility for players, coaches and match officials and will not be open to the public on matchdays.
Hospitality guests will gain entry to the building on matchdays via the main car park entrance. Car parking will also be available on matchdays for cricket staff and hospitality guests only.
2 - The 3aaa Pavilion
The 3aaa Pavilion has undergone a a million pound revamp to offer Members and Executive Members new and exclusive facilities for the 2015 season.
The 3aaa Pavilion will be open to Members only on matchdays.
Parking is available at The 3aaa Pavilion for Executive Members and disabled customers only.
Please note: Our preferred dress code for hospitality visitors is smart casual; no non-tailored shorts, jeans or trainers please.
E - Public Entrance
3 - Tea Room and Cricket Derbyshire Bookshop & Club Merchandise
The Tea Room has been reconfigured and split into two distinct sections. This has allowed us to create a permanent Cricket Derbyshire Bookshop, which will also incorporate the Club Shop.
The Bookshop will be open during intervals and after the close at all four-day fixtures and open during the interval at all one-day fixtures. The shop will stock hundreds of interesting cricketing titles as well as sell an exclusive range of Derbyshire merchandise such as ties, pens, replica shirts and annuals.
In the other section of the reconfigured building, the Tea Room has been refurbished to create a contemporary looking take-away coffee bar. Occupying around two thirds of the old Tea Room, it will continue to be open every matchday serving tea, coffee, cakes and snacks such as breakfast cobs, jacket potatoes and sandwiches.
4 - GCI.com Media Centre Bar & Refreshments
The bar located on the pitch-facing side of the GCI.com Media Centre will offer a range of alcoholic beverages, soft drinks and a range of snacks including ice cream, crisps and chocolate.
5 - Breeze House Hospitality
The GCI.com Media Centre Bar and the Tea Bar will be open to all visitors one and a half-hours before the start of play for NatWest T20 Blast and Royal London One-Day Cup floodlit fixtures, and one hour before the start of play for all other fixtures.
Supporters are reminded that they are not allowed to bring alcohol into the ground at any limited-overs or tourist matches at The 3aaa County Ground. For more information, please see our Ground Regulations below.
Scorecards are available for purchase at entrance points.
Unless specified, all seating indicated on the Ground Map is unreserved and open to all spectators. Smoking is not permitted in any areas of permanent seating.
On ground car parking is available via the Frank Whittle entrance to the ground. Executive Members and disabled supporters may park in front of The 3aaa Pavilion. Only VIP Hospitality guests can park in the car park behind the Elite Performance Centre.
To ensure that everyone has a great day at The 3aaa County Ground, we ask all visitors follow the Conditions of Entry:
The Police, Stewards, and Club Officials have the right to search individuals and their cars, and may remove from the ground and contravening any of the above.
10. No alcohol shall be brought back into the ground by persons on re-admittance.
11. Flags and banners provided that – in the opinion of the stadium they are not vulgar, political, racial, discriminatory, sexual in nature or display advertising which may in any way impinge or will be in conflict with the rights of partners/sponsors/suppliers/vendors or the event (in any language) or deemed to be offensive, or impact on the view of other spectators.
12. The reserving of seats for friends not on the ground is not within the spirit of fair play to fellow spectators. All visitors are therefore asked to show consideration for others in not blocking more than one seat for this purpose and the Club reserves the right to remove items ‘reserving’ such seats.
13. The Club reserves the right to refuse admission to any person
14. The Club accepts no responsibility for loss or damage to property or injury to persons whilst on the club’s premises. All vehicles are parked at owner’s risk.
Please note that the above conditions are subject to change at any time at the discretion of Derbyshire County Cricket Club and where Health & Safety legislation deems it to be necessary.
The person accepts that any such names, addresses, photographs and films may be shared between each of the ECB, all the other first class county clubs, relevant official cricket authorities and any relevant police and crime prevention authorities, for the purposes of any criminal investigations or proceedings, in connection with any investigation into a potential breach of domestic or international cricket anti-corruption rules and/or to enable the ECB and the other first class clubs to give reciprocal effect to any ban on entry which is subsequently imposed by DCCC. Personal data collected under this provision will be processed in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998.
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