Located in the heart of St. Johns Wood, the final of this tournament sees the finale to the summer season of cricket.
As visitors are close to North West London, you will have the chance to enjoy exploring a number of different areas. These include Hampstead which offers a wide variety of shops, bars and restaurants. In addition to this you will be able to find a selection of high street fashion not to mention individual department stores.
Meanwhile Hampstead Heath is within close proximity of this particular venue. Here you can have the ability to enjoy a gentle stroll across acres of green parkland where you can indulge in a host of sporting activities.
This is also the spot where you will find plenty of joggers and passers-by. Kenwood House is also within close proximity where you can stroll round lush green areas. It has been the home of many summer concerts which have taken place outdoors. Notable artists that have performed here have included the likes of Sir Tom Jones not to mention the king of swing Jools Holland. You are within touching distance of Regents Park which houses countless features.
Firstly it is the location of London Zoo which is considered to be one of the most popular landmarks in the capital. You can have the ability to see a selection of animals such as lions, gorillas, giraffes, monkeys, sloths and many more.
Other highlights inside include a penguin enclosure, numerous types of amphibians and birds and even an aviary. The outdoor theatre is where you will be able to take advantage of a wealth of plays and operatic performances. Other highlights feature Camden and the market where you can take advantage of many types of stalls selling everything from vintage clothing right through to jewellery. The Stables in Camden is a nice way to spend an afternoon with its array of shops and bars.
Dating back to the 19th Century, Lords Cricket Ground is the home of Middlesex as well as the ECB who is known as the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB). It is also the place where you can find the oldest sporting museum in the world.
It has one of the most cutting edge media centres which was especially built for the World Cup in 1999. Aside being the site of many test and one day internationals it plays host to the Clydesdale Bank 40 final. This is contested over a length of 40 overs to decide who the winner is. Starting off in 2010, it has been promoted as an exciting finale to the summer cricket season. The first team to lift the inaugural trophy was Warwickshire after they beat Somerset.
In order to benefit from this great spectacle, you will need to arrive at St Johns Wood. This is the closest tube station and lies in Zone 1 of the underground system. It is served by the Jubilee line while it only takes less than 10 minutes to reach your destination. The nearest rail station is Marylebone.