Listed below are the current officers of the CMS.
President - Keith Hayhurst
Patron - Clive Lloyd CBE AO
Cricinfo says: " 6'5" with stooped shoulders, a large moustache and thick glasses (his eyes were damaged when he was 12 as he attempted to break up a fight at school), Clive Lloyd was the crucial ingredient in the rise of West Indian cricket. A cousin of Lance Gibbs, he was a hard-hitting batsman and one of the most successful captains in history. An almost ponderous, lazy gait belied the speed and power at his command and the astute tactical brain that led the West Indies to the top of world cricket for two decades."
Chairman - Richard Brown
Richard joined CMS in 2005 and in recent years has attended nearly every meeting. A supporter of Worcestershire since the early 1970’s, despite never having lived in the county, he collected autographs as a schoolboy and resumed the collecting habit in his forties. Richard organises the annual memorabilia market at Worcester and assists with the heritage related activities of the county. He wrote his first article for the CMS magazine volume 70 in March 2006 – an essay about the delights of the Worcester Old Players’ Association day.
He regularly attends Knights Sporting Auctions, travels the country watching county cricket and can often be found collecting autographs before play. He remembers watching Kapil Dev score his only hundred for Worcester at Lord’s in 1985 when snow stopped play at tea!
Richard is an Executive Headteacher in East London and has been teaching for over 30 years.
Secretary - Steve Cashmore
Very soon after joining the Society in 1992, Steve accepted the role of Membership Secretary; a role which became Secretary in 2001. With careers in education, aerospace and IT now consigned to history, Steve is currently a member of Gloucestershire's professional coaching staff and works on the ECB's International Pathway Scouting Programme.