This project involved the erection of a three storey extension and internal remodelling to increase the facilities and accommodation of this historic Victorian cricket pavilion, originally designed by Alfred Waterhouse, Architect of the Natural History Museum. The building has been completely refurbished and restored to provide a modern contemporary interior and facilities whilst maintaining the heritage character of the exterior. A number of the original Victorian features that had been previously stripped out and removed have been replicated and reinstated. The changing rooms, showers, WCs and kitchen facilities are all being increased in size to accommodate demands on the facility and durable products and spike resistant floor finishes have been specified. The cricket pavilion will also be used for other sporting events and for private letting for special functions.