The Cricket School
The indoor school was officially opened by Sir Henry Spencer, Managing Director of Richard, Thomas and Baldwin Ltd on the 21st August 1963. The ceremony was held before the Glamorgan match against Nottinghamshire.
Built by the Ebbw Vale Welfare Association at a cost of £15,000, it is 43 metres (140 ft) long, 13.53 metres (44ft) wide and 6.1 metres (20 ft) high, with 3 nets each 3.84 metres )12.5 ft) wide. It was built by George Albert Brown Ltd of Ebbw Vale.
The School was extensively refurbished in 1995 and a new floor was laid in July 2006. The building is used by clubs from a wide area and for specialist coaching by the Gwent Coaching Association and Cricket Wales (formally The Cricket Board of Wales).
The club itself continues to invest in the future. New kit and cricket equipment was supplemented by a new container store in 2008 and a mechanised grass cutter was purchased in 2009. New covers and groundsheets were in place for the 2010 season as was a glass washer for the club bar.
Ready for the 2011 season the scorebox has been fitted with a state of the art electronic scoreboard, chairs for the tearoom were acquired from Beaufort R.F.C, while it is planned to improve / repair and provide new bench seating in the pavilion enclosure.