Cricket Inspires schoolchildren across the country

Chance to Shine has launched Cricket Inspires, a campaign to get ambassadors from the world of cricket back into schools across the country to enthuse children about the sport.Read more

Eoin Morgan goes back to school to launch projects for the ICC Cricket World Cup Schools Programme

England skipper Eoin Morgan visited Grafton Primary School in Islington. Eoin took part in classroom session and then joined the children outside for some cricket.Read more

Supporter's First-Class challenge targets a World Record

Rob Cross is running 18 half-marathons in the 18 First-Class Counties to raise funds for Chance to Shine.Read more

Stars of grassroots cricket recognised at Chance to Shine Awards

Supported by NatWest, we celebrated this helping to spread the power of cricket.Read more

Cricket World Cup 2019 to take cricket to 1 million children

New schools' resources for Cricket World CupRead more

Ambassador James Taylor inspires London schoolchildren

James Taylor visits Fairholme and Sybourn Primary SchoolsRead more

More Lord's glory as Greenidge takes Chance to Dine title

Greenidge, Woakes, Panesar and Taylor face off for charityRead more

Sadiq Khan goes out to bat for Young Londoners

New funding for Chance to Shine Street in LondonRead more

Generous Jagger stumps up for Chance to Shine at the Oval Test

Mick Jagger to donate £190,000 to charityRead more

Chance to Shine can get satisfaction thanks to rock legend

Mick Jagger will donate during the Oval TestRead more

Chance to Shine celebrates Four Million Not Out

House of Commons reception to mark charity milestoneRead more

Chance to Shine Impact Report

Brand new report shows impact of charityRead more

Billings helps launch Schools' World Cup programme

Chance to Shine and ICC partner to deliver Cricket World Cup resourcesRead more

Sun shines on MCC Spirit of Cricket Open Day

500 children were joined by Nick Compton at Lord's Cricket ground for the spirit of cricket open day 2018Read more

Cricket World Cup and Chance to Shine to engage schools across the country

In partnership with ICC, Chance to Shine and ECB, Cricket World Cup Schools programme launchedRead more

National Cricket Week Day 5: Spofforth

Yorkshire Tea National Cricket Week 2018 ends at Spofforth Primary School with Matt Prior.Read more

National Cricket Week Day 4: Cestria Primary School

Michael Vaughan gives Durham schoolchildren an 'unbelievable' day.Read more

National Cricket Week 2018 Day 3: Coventry Street

Graeme Swann joined a Chance to Shine Street cricket competition in CoventryRead more

National Cricket Week 2018 Day 2: Frenchay Cricket Club

Two of England Women's World Cup winning team joined a girls cricket festival in Bristol.Read more

National Cricket Week Day 1: Jesse Gray School

Chris Woakes takes part in a special geography lesson at a Nottingham school.Read more

Maurice Griffin the record breaker

Maurice Griffin, a nine-year-old cricket fan, bowled his way into the record books on Friday 1 June by breaking the Guinness World Record for the longest ever bowling run up.Read more

Gloucestershire and Chance to Shine coach honoured by the Queen

Coach Jim Donaldson was awarded a British Empire Medal in the Queen's Birthday HonoursRead more

Chance to Shine reaches major milestone

In May 2018, the charity reached its four millionth children, 7 year old Millie-May, since the organisation started in 2005.Read more

Alastair Cook launches Yorkshire Tea National Cricket Week 2018

Rusthall Primary hosted England legend Alastair Cook to celebrate the launch of National Cricket Week 2018.Read more