Caterham & District

Croquet

The croquet group have been playing Association Croquet for two years on Wednesday afternoons on the Croquet Lawn at Chartwell, the historic former home of Winston Churchill. We play during the months of May to September. We do have a limited number of spaces available for those who would like to learn or play the game. Experienced players and complete beginners are welcome and all equipment is provided. There is a fee, which we negotiate each year with the National Trust for using the lawn. For the last two years this meant that we charged £30 per person for the season or £5 per session.

If you are interested in joining the group, please use the "pigeon post icon in the top right hand corner of the page to send a message to the group leader, or contact the groups co-ordinator.

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