DISABLED COUNTRY MEMBERSHIP – NEW MEMBERSHIP
A Middlesex Cricket DISABLED COUNTRY MEMBERSHIP represents fantastic value for money!
Available immediately, with no waiting list to join and available at half the normal price, a Disabled Country Membership is available to anyone living more than 50 miles from Lord’s Cricket Ground (as the crow flies):
• Disabled members will receive a complimentary “Personal Assistant Pass” for all matches, without the need for a photograph, which bears the Disabled Member’s Membership Number, so that the Disabled Member can be accompanied without extra cost
by a companion/carer at any matches which he/she attends.
• Entry into all home Vitality Blast group matches
• Entry into all home Royal London One-Day Cup group matches
• Entry into all home Specsavers County Championship matches
• Priority access to tickets to all international matches at Lord’s in 2020
• Access to the famous Lord’s Pavilion and the Long Room, as well as use of the Middlesex Room and members’ stands at Lord’s, plus the right to invite a guest in with you
• Invitation to a new members’ tour of Lord’s Cricket Ground
• Entry into ‘members only’ areas at most away grounds
• Voting rights for Middlesex Cricket affairs.
• The right to wear the Middlesex members’ tie
• NEW FOR 2019 – For 2019 Middlesex memberships all have a new look, offering members more communication, more events, more discounts, more guest vouchers, more categories of membership, more gifts and more recognition and rewards - There really has never been a better time to become a member of Middlesex.
• PLEASE NOTE: To qualify for the Disabled Membership category, the club requires a copy of a benefits letter showing proof of receipt of the Disability Living Allowance (DLA) at any rate, Personal Independence Payment (PIP) at any rate, Employment Support Allowance (ESA) at any rate, the Severe Mobility Allowance (at any rate), a copy of the members Blind or Partially Sighted Registration, written proof of Ministry of Defence Disability entitlement, or a letter from their GP confirming their disability. Unfortunately ownership of a Blue or Orange badge will not in isolation be considered proof of disability.