Following this week's clash with Kent, Lancashire head to the seaside town of Colwyn Bay in North Wales to take on Glamorgan next Wednesday for the LV= County Championship clash against Glamorgan (1-4th May, 11am start).
With James Anderson available for selection, the game could see Jimmy and Simon Katich facing Glamorgan’s Marcus North and Simon Jones so not only does this game provide Anglo-Welsh competition but there’s also an early taste of this summer’s England v Australia rivalry to whet the appetite.
Ticket Prices for this LV= County Championship match are adults £12 in advance (if bought before midnight this Saturday 27th April) or £15 thereafter and on match day. Juniors (16 and under) go FREE to all day’s play.
Escape along the North Wales coast and join the boys in beautiful Conwy County and to see the team in action. Following the Championship encounter Glamorgan then face Yorkshire Vikings on Sunday May 5. See all five days of cricket for £60 with Glamorgan’s new festival ticket, saving you 20% or pick your day’s play from just £12 when tickets are purchased in advance.
For more information or to buy tickets, call 029 20419311 or visit www.glamorgancricket.com/tickets
With a seaside location, Colwyn Bay provides a great opportunity to explore Conwy County, so why not make a break of it. Fancy a sea view; then it’s Rhos-on-Sea or Llandudno for you. Want to soak up some culture and learn a bit about the history; Conwy is a great spot. Or if you’re more adventurous and love the outdoors there’s plenty to do too. There’s accommodation to suit all tastes and budgets from cosy B&B’s to big hotels and great self catering if you like to do your own thing.
If you want to book your place to stay, choose the best attractions and activities, shortlist the best places to eat out and even pre-plan a bit of retail therapy then check out: www.visitconwy.org.uk or call (01492) 577577.
How to get there
Its easy to reach Colwyn Bay by fast and frequent services from most parts of The UK. There’s a station at Colwyn Bay with a short car or taxi journey to the ground.
For more information visit www.nationalrail.co.uk
To get there, use the M60, M56 then the A55. It’s just under 80miles and will take you about an hour and a half. For Sat Nav use the grounds postcode LL28 4LR.
For the latest traffic news visit www.traffic-wales.com
National Express stops at Llandudno and other coastal towns. For more information visit www.gobycoach.com