How to Find MWECC

From M4 Junction 11
Take the A33 south link to the next roundabout and turn right towards Grazeley.Continue through Grazeley for 5 miles until you reach a small roundabout at Mortimer Station. Continue over this and into Mortimer. Upon reaching the village green, turn left at the church into West End Road and continue for 11/2 miles passing The Turners Arms and turn left into Church Road. we are 400 yards on the left.
From M4 Junction 13
Take the A34 south and filter off into Newbury, past Vodafone HQ. At the major Light turn left onto the A4 and continue through Thatcham to Woolhampton. 100 yards past the ESSO garage turn right, up and over two bridges. At the T junction turn right to Aldermaston. At the Hinds head roundabout go left then left again past the Manor House. Continue for 2 miles and stay left at the fork in the road. At the junction go straight across down Welshmans Road. Approx 1 1/2 miles turn right into Church Road. we are 400 yards on the left.
From M3 Junction 6
Head north on the ring road and follow signs to the A & E Hospital. Continue past the hospital through Sherborne St John on the A340 until you reach the Queens College Arms Pub. Turn right and take the next left through Little London and on to Silchester. Go past the Silchester Cricket Club and at the T junction turn right. Continue past the Red Lion Pub up the hill and then we are 250 yards on the right.


Our picturesque ground is located in a quiet rural setting within easy reach of the M3 & M4, equidistant between Reading, Newbury and Basingstoke.

It boasts a high quality square prepared with loving care by our own groundsman and a good outfield. We have exceptionally good net facilities which are available to members every Thursday evening and weekends to hone an individual’s skill.

For the children there is a fully enclosed playground with swings, slide climbing frame etc. There is also a basket hoop for the older children as well as room to play numerous ball games.


MWECC is very proud of it’s facilities. The pavilion is excellently maintained and provides changing and shower rooms for both home and visiting teams. The comfortably furnished lounge creates a safe play area for children, and refreshments are available from the well equipped bar or kitchen. The kitchen also provides traditional cricket teas, and summer barbeques by prior arrangement.