Circular Cricket Gear Project
Findings & Recommendations
27th September 2023
15:00 –16:30 GMT
Online via Zoom

Webinar Video Recording

The Circular Cricket Gear project (CCG)  was established to explore potential strategies to maintain the value in cricket gear (products), components, and materials in the economic and social systems, as well as exploring innovation in relation to new materials (TRL2) specifically for cricket gloves and batting pads. The project also aimed to develop an initial lab-based prototype that incorporated circular design innovations. CCG is a continuation of the work initiated through the PASIC (Platform for Sustainable Innovation in Cricket), and the Vegan Leather Cricket Gear (VLCG) project.

The project was led by the Centre for Sustainable Design ® at the University for the Creative Arts, in partnership with The Centre for Natural Material Innovation, University of Cambridge, and industry partners, Gunn & Moore, BASIS and Ananas Anam.

This webinar will present the findings and recommendations from the R&D activities undertaken within this 1-year project with the aim of generating further discussion on circularity and sustainability within the cricket gear industry.

Professor Martin Charter, Dr Lilian Sanchez Moreno and Dr Darshil U. Shah will present and discuss the findings of CCG with opportunities for dialogue with participants. Active feedback and discussion will be encouraged.

Some of the topics for discussion will include findings, conclusions, and recommendations from:


The webinar is relevant to a series of stakeholders including but not limited to:


Funding for Circular Cricket Gear (CCG) project was provided by UKRI CE-Hub Flexible Fund


The event is free of charge, but you need to register via by sending your name, job title and organisation. On receipt, you will be sent instructions to join the webinar.

Further information

Dr Lilian Sanchez Moreno
The Centre for Sustainable Design ® 
Business School for the Creative Industries
University for the Creative Arts