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Cricket Kids get a new logo

Emdad Rahman

CAPITAL KIDS CRICKET (CKC) brings cricket to children across London – boys and girls, children who just haven’t accessed the sport and those who need extra help so they can play.

Now the organisation has a new logo. It was launched by Jenny Gunn MBE, England World Cup winner and CKC Ambassador, on 11th January.

The new logo symbolises modern-age cricket, and its vibrant colours represent the younger generation. The colours and feel of the logo have been changed to represent new thinking and the way forward, but the stumps from the original CKC logo have ben retained. The stumps represent CKC’s decades-old focus to use cricket as a vehicle to improve the social, emotional and physical development of children and young people from most deprived areas of London.

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