The Horsham festival has had a postpone for a 2014 deteriorate after an unknown champion donated a poignant sum to Sussex to concede them to continue with a out-ground fixture.
It seemed to have paid a cost for a club’s financial difficulties, though a festival week will take place from Jul 21-27 and will embody a Championship compare opposite Warwickshire and a 50-over tie opposite Nottinghamshire.
However, a fact a venue has been saved for this year is not a long-term resolution and Sussex are wakeful they need to make it financially viable.
Zac Toumazi, a Sussex arch executive, said: “Personally we am gay that a festival will be move this year. We have had some sponsors come brazen though but a estimable concession from an unknown benefactor, it would not be going ahead.
“It is now adult to all of us to make a festival a many successful ever and work tough to attract sponsorship for 2015 and beyond. We contingency equivocate this conditions reoccurring.”