The 'M-J' Pavilion, named in honour of the Martin-Jenkins family - whose members include the late Christopher Martin-Jenkins - celebrates the long tradition of Cricket at Bede's.
Constructed in-house by the Estates team in 2015, the design encapsulates a traditional style whilst also ensuring modernity.
With its bold white timber ship-lap cladding, innovative recycled rubber tile roof and a cupola clock tower with a cricket weathervane, the opening of the MJ Pavilion in Summer 2015 marks the beginning of a new chapter of the cricketing life of the School.
Take a Virtual Tour of the M-J Pavilion:
17 October 2017
Pupils from both Bede’s Prep and Senior Schools attended the Sussex WCA awards night to celebrate their successes.
21 September 2017
Luke Wells captains Sussex for the first time, 21 years after his father Alan Wells, Bede's Director of Cricket.
29 August 2017
It was one of the most dramatic turnarounds in Test history, and Bede’s alumnus Shai Hope led the charge.