Come and Give It A Try

Bath Croquet Club will be holding our annual Charity Open Afternoon on Saturday April 28th 2018 when people are encouraged to come and give the game a try. Members will be on hand to provide tuition and there will be fun croquet-related games held throughout the day. All equipment is provided by the club; you just need to wear flat soled shoes.

Our popular 'Introduction to Croquet' course starts on Sunday 6th May 2018 and will run for three consecutive Sunday mornings. Again, all equipment is provided by the club. The cost of the 2018 course is just £20.

For further information or to sign up for the course, please contact Hester Henebury.

National Osteoporosis Society Event

July 18th 2018

We were delighted to host an evening of croquet for the National Osteoporosis Society on Friday 6th July. Whilst there was food available in the marquee ten of our members were on hand to encourage the large number of visitors to participate in games of Golf Croquet. We used four half lawns and had to

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Google Evening

July 18th 2018

The Club agreed at short notice to host a corporate event for seventy Executives from Google, who were holding a conference in Bath because a Director was retiring who happened to live in Bath. When they arrived, all perceptions of Executives and retiring Directors went out of the window as we were faced with a

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Daniel Gott in Open Championships at Cheltenham

July 18th 2018

Daniel Gott excelled himself in his first Open Championships at Cheltenham Croquet Club last week. The event is one of the most important events in the Croquet Calendar and attracts the best players from all over the world. Despite being one of the weaker players on paper, he managed to reach the knock-out stage of

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Federation Central Team travel to Kingston Maurward

July 18th 2018

Report on match from Philip de Glanville> “The Bath Federation Central team were once again without their Team Captain Paul Francis for their away match in the lovely gardens at Kingston Maurward. KM were fielding a very strong team headed up by Jonathan Powe, a minus two handicap, so we were very fortunate that Roger

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GC Central North Team Win at Bristol

July 18th 2018

The GC Central North team visited Bristol to find the lawns very hard, fast and difficult. Despite this the team won the match 13-7. Jennie Saunders, Philip de Glanville and Mary Bertin were all unbeaten in their various singles and doubles matches. As a result Jennies handicap has reduced to 8. Pam Burgoyne, Thacher Alexander

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