Westquarter and Redding Cricket Club

Why Westquarter and Redding Cricket Club

We are a community club who remove barriers whether they are financial, ethnicity, gender or ability.
We provide free coaching to Alzheimer Scotland, Forth Valley Disability Sports and Enhanced Provision Classes across Falkirk.
We are 1 of only 3 Disability Cricket Champion Clubs in Scotland.
Westquarter and Redding Cricket Club Default location
Rough Haugh Farm, Sunnyside Road, Brightons
Falkirk Stirlingshire FK2 0RN
United Kingdom
Stirlingshire GB

About us:

Westquarter & Redding Cricket Club

  • Established in 1908, WRCC are a community focused club who have won a number of awards over the past few years. 
  • 2021 Cricket Scotland Disability Cricket Champion Club (1 of only 3)
  • 2019 Sunday Mail / SportScotland Local Club of the Year
  • 2019 Finalist Best Dementia Friendly Community Initiative
  • 2019 Cricket Scotland’s Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Awards
  • 2016 Cricket Scotland’s Most Welcoming Cricket Club
  • 2015 Cricket Scotland’s Biggest Change Makers in Scottish Cricket

Equality and inclusion runs through everything we do from work with Enhanced Provision classes, coaching for childen with autism through to our Alzheimer Scotland and newly formed disability section we have something for everyone.


Why Sponsor Us:

We are not just a cricket club, we are an integral part of the community have grown the membership from 42 to over 200 in the last 5 years. 

The clubhouse is situated within 2 acres of freehold land and has excellent amenities for players, spectators and corporate guests, with dining facilities for up to 100, whilst the ground contains a large stand and capacity for 500 supporters.

We operate in a county with many opportunities and a great community of thousands that will see your brand.

The club has a flexible approach to sponsorship, with perks ranging from but are not limited to:

- logo & link on social media posts and websites pages

-  physical advertisement on club assets

- opportunities to advertise at club events

- priority access to tickets through club

- captive audience of club members for exclusive business promotions

- invites to club events

Alternative/supplementary perks can be arranged through negotiation dependent on the level of sponsor commitment

We are committed to giving you and your company the exposure and promotion you deserve. We recognise that without your support many of our club members would not be enjoying their cricket at the weekend! 


Throughout the club, Big Town Cricket Clubs ideals reflect crickets core values, such as Teamwork, Respect, Enjoyment, Discipline and Sportsmanship. And recent market research has overwhelmingly shown that the club comes across as being warm and friendly, providing good quality cricket for all.

Whilst we are ambitious, we also have a strong family ethos, derived from a commitment to youth cricket for all age groups. Furthermore, the club continues to develop strong links with local charities.

All this is underwritten by a diverse sponsor base, at a variety of different levels, which aids the club’s financial stability.


With membership and crowd attendances rising, we have ambitious plans to develop the infrastructure at the club, to include stadia enhancements. This will allow Big Town Cricket Club to firstly become a more integral part of the local community and also a destination venue providing sports and leisure facilities to a much wider audience.

On the pitch, the club’s ambition is to build on the progression seen both on and off the pitch into the new season. We are aiming for promotion in the coming years and seek to grow both our players and club.


Big Town Cricket Club = 1956 - Present

Big Town Cricket Club has a small history. Being one of the most successful clubs in Surrey has not always been the case. In the last 30 years that name has been developed. Prior 1990 Big Town Cricket Club was a small team with a low number of players, they struggled to pull a team together for a game.

Over the years, past teams have experienced mixed success in leagues, one off tournaments and past tours.

Today we play our cricket in many leagues, the 1st team currently plays semi-professional cricket in South East League. The club also supports a further 5 senior competitive and social sides, plus youth cricket for boys and girls, aged 6 to 18.

The club plays its annual Old Boys match as the final pre-season warm up fixture, competing for the Walters Memorial Trophy in memory of ex-supporter and superstar member Patrick Walters.

Club exposure:

Media reach - total annual impressions: ( 924 )


East Division 2
Club Colours: 
Blue and Yellow
Number of Pitches: 
1 - 2
Membership size: 
100 - 250
Average weekly attendance: 
50 - 250


Number of Players: 
100 - 500
Mini (2)
Youth (3)
Senior (1)
Age Band: 
All Working Age Adults
Under 18
Social demographics: 
A - Upper middle class
B - Middle class
C1 - Lower middle class
C2 - Skilled working class
D - Working class
E - Those at lowest level of subsistence


Car Park
Changing Rooms - Female
Changing Rooms - Male
Disabled access
Own Ground - Freehold
Pitch Side Hoarding