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ENJOY THE SUMMER WITH A GAME OF CROQUET


ant to try croquet but feel you are either too young or too old or never even thought


of trying it? This shouldn‟t put you off giving it a go as Croquet is played on an equal basis by everyone. There are two different games of croquet. Golf Croquet is very easy to learn and games


take 30 to 40 minutes. It is friendly game with all players staying on the lawn at the same time This is what a lot of people prefer as you get to socialise, have fun as well as learning the rules of the game. You can make it competitive if you wish, plus plan in time for refreshments in- between games The other is Association Croquet. This is a


more challenging and competitive game with many more rules and needs a lot more concentration than Golf Croquet as games can last two to three hours. The Watford (Cassiobury) Croquet Club has


been in existence over 70 years and is set in the pleasant surroundings of Cassiobury Park adjacent to the Cha Cha Cha Cafe. The season is from 1 April until the end of


September. Golf Croquet sessions are Tuesday, Friday and Sunday. Association Croquet is played Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday. The Club also holds internal competitions, enters area and National events. Social events are also arranged. If you would like to try out the game the club


has arranged two three-week „Introduction to Golf Croquet‟ coaching sessions. The first course is on Sunday 8, 15 and 22 May from 10.30am to 12pm or the second course is Monday evenings 6.30 to 8pm. The cost of £15 is payable in advance. Details from Roger on 01923 236068. You will receive a warm welcome, use of all


equipment, light refreshments and friendly coaching.


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