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Four Elms Cricket Club

The 2018 season marks 150 years of Four Elms Cricket Club. 

We have several events planned for the season in celebration of 150 years of cricket in the village. 

We would love you to be part of a special year, so if you fancy joining us, getting involved and playing at one of the most admired village cricket venues in Kent, get in touch or simply come along. 

Four Elms Cricket Club was founded in 1868. The ground is situated between Sevenoaks and Edenbridge just off the B2042 on the road to Hever and Bough Beech. We currently run two sides on a Saturday playing in the Kent Village League, one on a Sunday, an occasional midweek XI and a flourishing junior section.

In 2014 the 1st team were Runners Up in Division 1 of the Kent County Village League, missing out on the title by just 5 points.

In 2010 the 2nd team won Division 5 of the Kent County Village League. After decent results in the following seasons in division 4 in 2013 finishing second they gained promotion to division 3.

If you would like to join Four Elms Cricket Club either as a playing or non-playing member and enjoy, as we currently do!, the sound of leather on willow, the natural beauty of the surrounding countryside, quality teas and a friendly atmosphere, then please get in touch or better still pop in the pavilion for a chat and a pint during a game, we’ll be pleased to meet you and discuss the club and membership details.

The picturesque village ground of Four Elms nestles beneath the North Downs, one and a half miles from two of the most historic attractions in England, Sir Winston Churchill's house, Chartwell and Henry VIII’s wife, Anne Boleyn's home, Hever Castle.