Cotswold Cricket Museum's future 'uncertain'

Cricketing blazers Image copyright Andy Collier
Image caption Thousands of exhibits are on display at the museum

The owner of a museum in the Cotswolds, dedicated to the history of cricket, has said he may be forced to close.

Andy Collier opened the attraction in Stow-on-the-Wold in 2012 and has seen more than 6,000 visitors since.

But he said after opening a tourist information point in his downstairs cafe people had stopped using the tea shop, which helped fund the centre.

"If we have to close, I'll have to pack everything away and maybe only bring it out a few times a year," he said.

"It would be a shame to lose something like this which has attracted cricketing fans from as far away as Australia," he added.

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