Welcome to Bath Croquet Club

You will find us in the centre of Bath, in a stunning location, on Bath Recreation Ground. Croquet is an inclusive sport that people of all ages and skill levels can play. We have four lawns that are open daily and our friendly membership are on hand to welcome visitors and potential new members. New players can be assured of a great start to their enjoyment of this game.
If you are looking for an activity which satisfies your competitive instinct, or just fancy a relaxed game on a Club afternoon, why not join us at one of our regular free taster sessions? These are taking place on Saturday 23 April, Tuesday 24 May and Saturday 18 June. In the first instance use the contact page to register your interest...

Bath continue their Short Croquet success

June 15th 2022

On a gloriously warm and sunny June Sunday, cooled by a brisk breeze, Bath’s Short Croquet team welcomed a team from Lym Valley, who had travelled over from the Lyme Regis area in Dorset. The visitors have a very small club to draw on when selecting their teams and, unusually, they play only AC at

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Bath win against Nailsea in GC High Handicap

June 15th 2022

Played under overcast conditions on Bath lawns on 6 June, Nailsea with 4 players to Bath’s 6 was going to be a challenge for the Nailsea team. Bath got off to a good start winning the first two doubles matches. After three rounds the score was 6.5 to 1.5 to Bath. Nailsea’s team new to

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Lawns in Full Bloom

June 12th 2022

Most members will have noted the colourful flower displays at the club. For those that haven’t and non members a series of photos of wildflower area, garden behind clubhouse and the walls alongside lawns 1 and 2 can be seen below. Thanks to Clare, Alan, Gill and any others who have contributed time or plants

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Novice Neil saves the day!

June 11th 2022

Bath Croquet Club made the lengthy trip to Bridgend to play their second Federation match. With a team depleted by injury & holidays, stand in captain Pete Miles called up novice Neil Pinker for his first match ever in the competition. Glamorgan fielded a strong team with handicaps of 1, 1.5 and 3.5 compared to

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Success for Bob and Sue at the Alternate Stroke Doubles

June 11th 2022

Ten people signed up to play, in pairs, at this year’s Alternate Stroke Doubles on Wednesday 8th June. It was held earlier than usual this year so that some could get in a much-needed bit of rehearsal for the resurrected Walter May Doubles, scheduled for the weekend 9th/10th July. As usual the format for Bath’s

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