Lord's laid on its usual corporate hospitality package, which included three lavish sit-down meals in a permanent temporary structure, housed behind the venue's famous media centre.
The original home of cricket worldwide is currently in negotiations about improving the space, but it only owns the area from the surface to twelve inches below the soil. The ground is actually situated above a disused tube track, which is owned by a different company. The two groups are discussing future plans.
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