Why Not Give it a Try?

Croquet is a fascinating game played by men and women of all ages. It is a summer sport played on a grass court the size of two tennis courts. It is a game which requires ball skills and tactics and is very social.
Bath Croquet Club has four full sized lawns and is based in the centre of Bath on the Recreation Ground, opposite Bath Rugby.
We will be holding our annual Open Day in conjunction with Dorothy House on Saturday 22nd April 2017 and our popular 'Introduction to Croquet' course starts on Saturday 29th April, running for five consecutive Saturday mornings. The cost of the 2017 course is just £25.
Please see here for further information.

Dates for Winter Social Events

December 20th 2016

Dates have been finalised for this years winter social events. There is an additional event this year with a joint skittles evening with Camerton & Peasedown Croquet Club at their ground, the cricket club has two alleys. The dates for your diaries are as follows: Saturday 28 January – Skittles evening at the Hadley Arms,

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Bath One-Two at Hamptworth in December

December 13th 2016

The Club achieved a one-two result in the December round of the winter GC Tournament’s at Hamptworth on Sunday. David Owen made an impressive first appearance in the tournament winning ahead of Miriam Bolger. Both players won their round robin groups in the morning session to take their place on the top lawn for the

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Annual Dinner and Prize Giving

October 24th 2016

The club held their annual Dinner and trophy presentation at The Bathwick Boatman last Saturday with approximately 50 members and guests present. Club Chairman Andrew Willis presented trophies to the winners of the various internal season long club competitions and announced the winners of the various one off competitions during the season. There were also

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“Friendly” but Competitive GC Match to Round off Season

September 28th 2016

Bob Hart and Norman Connor came up with the idea of a “friendly” match between their respective GC Handicap teams. This took place on Monday and despite the rain the event was enjoyed by all. Normans team set the pace for most of the day and by early afternoon looked well on their way to

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Parkstone Trophy Team Top Division in the Rain

September 5th 2016

Although being top of the league, it was not without some trepidation that Bath’s Parkstone Trophy team of Roger Hayes, Andrew Willis and John Grimshaw all travelled down together to Taunton Deane to play in their final league match of the 2016 season. Taunton had pipped Bath to the top spot in 2015 but had

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