Lamb's Conduit Field
Its location was partly that now called Coram's Fields in the London Borough of Camden. Coram's Field is situated on the former site of the Foundling Hospital, established by Thomas Coram in what was then named Lamb's Conduit Field in 1739. It is not to be confused with White Conduit Fields, in Islington, which was another venue of 18th century cricket. It is believed that Lamb's Conduit Field ceased to be a cricket venue when construction of the Foundling Hospital was approved in or before 1739.
|Home club||London Cricket Club|
|Establishment||by 1707 season|
|Last used||1736 English cricket season|
There is a gap of over twenty years before the venue recurs in the cricket records. It was used in 1731 for when London played against an Enfield team and was then used twice in 1736 for London v Surrey and Middlesex v Surrey. By this time, the London club was using the Artillery Ground as its primary venue and the construction of the Foundling Hospital probably ended its interest in Lamb's Conduit Field.