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The new M&H16 cricket bat is now available to view and buy online.

Welcome to Millichamp & Hall

Welcome to Millichamp and Hall, producers of the worlds finest handmade cricket bats.

Millichamp and Hall specialise in manufacturing award winning bespoke cricket bats and hand-make every single one of our bats in our workshops at the Somerset County Cricket Ground in Taunton, Somerset.

Millichamp & Hall aim to produce the best performing, most stylish bats available on the market. Every cricket bat is produced with pride and attention to detail using traditional tools, techniques and skills that have been passed down through generations. Using these considerable skills, our bat-makers ensure that we get the best possible performance out of each cleft of the finest english willow. Consequently many of our bats have received multiple awards from the leading cricket magazines.

We hand make every single cricket bat at the workshops in the Somerset County Ground, Taunton. Using traditional methods, our craftsmen ensure that we get the best possible performance out of each cleft of willow.

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NEW - Bat Sizing Service

Bat Sizing Service

Millichamp and Hall's bat selection service has been designed to help you determine your correct specification before ordering an M&H cricket bat.

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News and press

Hand Made Cricket Bats

M&H are regularly featured in All Out Cricket and the Wisden Cricketer magazines. To keep up to date with our most recent news, please visit the press section of our website.

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Trade-in offer

Clearance Items

You can now save £100 on our adult CK22, International & MH11* range when you trade in your old blade - or £50 when you trade in for a junior CK22 or International bat.

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