The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
Croquet Club: November 2016
Tattenhall Croquet Club Report
Our first year of playing on our new lawn has finished with an enjoyable friendly match against Chester which we narrowly lost 11 — 13. Some of our members new to the game, played extremely well against a well established
Club with more experienced players.
During the season David Boyd, assisted by Geoff Reynolds, ran a short course to introduce some members to Association Croquet. It is intended that coaching sessions will be developed further at the start of next season to include both Golf and Association Croquet when we will welcome new players or those interested in having a 'taster'.
We have recently held a very successful Household Bonanza which raised sufficient funds for this year's lawn maintenance. By the time you read this, the lawn will have been put to bed for the winter having been scarified, seeded and covered with 10 tons of top dressing. Our thanks go to Tattenhall District Parish Council for their generous donation which allowed us to purchase an additional set of hoops.
We are now looking forward to our next social event on Friday 18th November. Why not come along and join us? We will be holding one our very popular QUIZ NIGHTS at Tattenhall Recreation Club. Tickets cost £7.50 which includes a light supper. Contact: Sheila Marsland Tel 01829 772503 or email@example.com
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