Statement: Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

We are deeply saddened to hear of the death of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II on 8 September 2022. Read more

We're aiming for a Street cricket boost

Chance to Shine have today announced their intention to create 100 additional Street cricket projects across the UK, giving thousands of young people the opportunity to access the sport for the first time. Read more

Our Street Cricket Appeal

We want to bring Street cricket to 100 new locations. Read more

Statement: Anshu Jain

Chance to Shine mourns the loss of much loved Trustee Read more

Blog: A Bat and A Ball, Across Thousands of Miles

During South Asian Heritage Month, Chance to Shine's Senior Impact and Evaluation Officer Zoya Zia discusses the importance of sport in connecting all of us. Read more

Blog: Six million stories

Laura Cordingley, Chance to Shine Chief Executive, speaks about what reaching six million children means for the charity. Read more

Chance to Shine reaches 6 Million

Chance to Shine reached a landmark milestone this week, as the organisation welcomed the 6 millionth participant to pass through its programmes. Read more

Carlos Brathwaite & Felix White visit Hackney School

For day 2 of National Cricket Week and Cricketing superstar Carlos Brathwaite & Tailender and former Maccabee Felix White visited a primary school in Hackney. Read more

It's National Cricket Week

Pupils all over the country, from Newquay to Newcastle, are enjoying a week of cricket-themed activity in the classroom and on the playground as part of National Cricket Week. Read more

Wong and Bell debut for England

Lauren Bell and Issy Wong have today (Monday 27th June) become the first full Chance to Shine participants to play for England. Read more

Chance to Shine Impact Report Published

A total of 457,625 young people took part in Chance to Shine programmes between September 2020 and August 2021, with 51% of those participants being female. Read more

Community Coach Waqas Khan talks Mental Health

During Mental Health Awareness Week, Warwickshire Cricket Board caught up with Waqas Khan, a Chance to Shine Community Coach and Mental Health Practitioner for the NHS in Birmingham. Read more

An update from our Street and "Lead Your Ship' programmes

Rohan Randhawa is our Inclusive Programmes Manager at Chance to Shine. In this article, Rohan gives us an update on Chance to Shine Street and the ‘Lead Your Ship’ programme. Read more

Chance to Shine Awards 2021

The Chance to Shine Awards took place on Thursday 25 November at Lord’s Cricket Ground, recognising those who have made significant contributions to the grassroots of the game in the last year. Read more

Message from Laura Cordingley

A statement from the Chance to Shine Chief Executive Read more

Chance to Shine Schools needs your support

We need your help to ensure Chance to Shine can continue to keep children active, and support their mental, personal and social wellbeing. Read more

Peddling Priscott swaps the bat for the bike in charity challenge

Chance to Shine Operations Manager Stuart Priscott is aiming to become the oldest person with Cystic Fibrosis to cycle from John o’Groats to Land’s End, raising funds for Chance to Shine and for the Cystic Fibrosis Trust. Read more

Marnus Labuschagne concludes National Cricket Week in Cardiff

Australian batsman marks the final day of Yorkshire Tea National Cricket Week in Cardiff. Read more

An Edinburgh festival of cricket!

National Cricket Week heads to Scotland for the first time Read more

Chris and Georgie wow the Wirral!

Duo join pupils at Clare Mount Specialist Sports College Read more

Carlos Brathwaite Visits Moseley Girls Project

West Indian hero heads to Birmingham Read more

Yorkshire pupils enjoy the ultimate cricket school day!

Yorkshire Tea National Cricket Week 2021 kicked off with a bang on Monday 21 June, as Chance to Shine put on the ultimate school day! Read more

Yorkshire Tea National Cricket Week is back for 2021

Yorkshire Tea National Cricket Week is back once again, and the power of cricket is spreading further than ever! Read more