Arun Valley

Croquet

This new group started in April 2019 at the beginning of the croquet season.

What is Croquet? It is a sport that promotes health and well-being, and it will get you thinking.
Croquet is a game of strategy and skill, where men and women play on equal terms as the handicap system allows players of all abilities to compete against each other. It is enjoyable and rewarding at all skill levels from beginner to advanced, and can be played to a high standard even by those not as agile as they were!

We would use a croquet lawn at Rother Valley Croquet Club by Duncton Village Hall on Monday mornings from 10.00am to 12.30pm.
The season starts in April and runs until October.
Tuition and all equipment will be provided; all that is needed is to wear flat shoes.
There will be nominal charge of £5 per session to include tea/coffee and biscuits.
Rother Valley Croquet Club is by Duncton Village Hall, GU28 0JY, just off the A285 Petworth to Chichester Road at the northern extremity of the village.

For more information or to express an interest in joining, please contact Anne via the Contacts page.

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