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Tattenhall Croquet Club: May 2020
Tattenhall Croquet Club has opened its lawns again following the Government easing of lock down restrictions. We are following the clear guidance from the Croquet Association and have set out new rules for all members. The Croquet Association takes the view that reopening croquet clubs is good for physical and mental well-being and, as a croquet lawn is twice the size of a tennis court, social distancing can be easily achieved.
The new guidance means that only two players are allowed on a lawn, (so singles games only) with the exception that four players from the same household can play together. Members from different households can arrange to play but must maintain the two metre social distancing rule.
Unfortunately we are unable to offer 'taster sessions' or coaching at the moment. However, if you are familiar with the game and would like to join the club contact:
Ruth Wrigley — Tel: 01829 770316
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