It’s finally time for the secrecy to end. After a great deal of planning, and a sizeable
grant from the SMCPDRA (Society for the Mollification of Clapped-
The Millennium Dome in Cardiff and the Skydome in Toronto allow sporting activities
to proceed at the highest level regardless of the weather. Soon these venues will
be joined by the Cameldome in Wadebridge -
A project of this magnitude couldn’t be undertaken without suitable preparation. A pilot project involved the construction of a retractable test roof on a sporting venue located somewhere the other side of Plymouth. The test site is known as Centre Court Wimbledon. You won’t have heard of it.
This smaller version of the Cameldome has been judged a success, and construction work in Wadebridge will soon be underway.
Concerns have been aired about the appearance of the Cameldome. It will be up to individual club members to make their own decisions on this. But to help out, we have used the latest computer technology to allow a comparison of the outlook to bowlers with and without the dome.
This is how the inside of the Cameldome roof will appear when the roof is shut.
This is the colour of the sky on a Cornish summer’s day.