Welcome to Bath Croquet Club

The winter season started on Monday 2 November , however in accordance with the latest Government requirements the lawns are now closed until 2 December 2020.
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Planting “Rosa Fiona”

November 18th 2020

‘Whilst our lawns are unused at the moment activities are ongoing to ensure when we return they will be as welcoming as ever. One plant that will bring joy and allow us to remember a fellow club member with fondness is ‘Rosa Fiona’ planted today by Lyndon in memory of his much loved wife Fiona

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AC Short Lawns Tournament, 11th October 2020

October 12th 2020

In past years, Bath’s Short Lawns Croquet tournaments were held as season-long events and then, more recently, on just one day on a convivial date in the summer with the days long and warm. The 5-round tournaments would start at 09.30 and would go on until 5.30 or later, depending on the need to establish

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GC Tournament , 26-27 September

October 2nd 2020

The Bath GC Tournament was held 26th/27th September, which might well have been the last really sunny weekend of the 2020 Summer season. 24 people applied to play and so we invited the 12 higher handicappers (HC10 or more) to play on the Saturday, while the 12 people with handicaps below 10 played on the

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National Charity One-Ball Championship Final, Surbiton, Sunday 20 September

October 2nd 2020

Tony Jackson and Richard Jelly represented the Bath Club on a hot Indian Summer day on the fast but surprisingly imperfect lawns of Surbiton Croquet Club. Our Club had held one of twenty-two heats totalling 214 players. On the day twenty-four players with handicaps ranging from -5 to 20 played 8 matches each, the finalists

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Finals Day 12th September 2020

September 15th 2020

We were blessed with glorious weather for the GC and the AC Finals Day, held on Lawn 1, and watched in the late summer sunshine by about a dozen club members from a wide range of vantage points around the lawn, carefully socially distanced. Tony Curson and Clare Fletcher, our GC League finalists, opened proceedings

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