Cricket can be linked back to Tudor times, though there is speculation that a game called ‘creag’ was played as early as 1301 in Kent.
During the 17th century playing cricket became popular in the south-east of England with a newspaper report referring to “a great cricket match” with eleven players a side that was played for high stakes in Sussex in 1697.
In the 18th century cricket became the national sport of England.
We install various versions of cricket markings from simple creases through cricket practice stations through to our cricket match pitch.
Our sizes are reduced to fit in with younger children using the markings, though we are willing to work to your requests and suggestions.
We only use the highest quality, hardest wearing Preformed Thermoplastic material available.
Preformed Thermoplastic markings can be fitted to virtually any solid surface (asphalt, concrete etc) and our material conforms to BS EN 1436 (please take this into consideration when comparing suppliers)
It is the same material as used in London for the congestion signage and cycle lanes.
Our material has also been used in numerous other situations including:
Highway signs, Car parks, Company/school logos, Superstores, Cycle lanes, Steps (to ensure they meet health and safety standards), Ramps, Signage & delineation
Once applied the material can take foot traffic after a matter of minutes - depending on the ambient temperature (the colder the temperature the quicker it will cure).'
We would also like to stress that virtually any design, logo, or game can be created to meet your, your colleagues and your pupils requirements.
Many thanks for visiting our site and if you have any comments, suggestions or questions regarding our product range of school playground markings or website please contact us either on 01625 575797 or fill in the details on our contact form.