The CA has reviewed the latest Government Guidelines and provided practical guidance to all Clubs on how it is possible to resume playing.
You can spread the virus even if you don’t have symptoms – all clubs and members should adhere to the advice being given by Government agencies. The Government is providing regular updates which you can read here. Please also keep alert to the guidance from the National Health Service and Public Health England .
The North West Federation Committee has postponed all League & Millennium events until further notice – READ MORE HERE.
The Croquet Association has suspended all their planned Tournaments and Coaching until further notice. The CA are also offering emergency financial assistance to clubs – read more here.
Lawn Maintenance can continue – Contractors are permitted to work and volunteers may travel to your club (as without them, facilities are at risk). However, government guidelines must be followed – keeping appropriate distance between people, washing equipment other people have used and washing your hands.
The CA Shop is physically closed but the website is still accepting online orders.
28 Apr – Chester Croquet feature in national magazine – read more
21 Apr – £10,000 grants now available to Croquet Clubs – read more
01 Apr – Sport England have grants to help clubs – read more
31 Mar – Coronavirus – Current CA advice – read more
30 Mar – Ideas from the CA on keeping in touch – read more
17 Mar – Fed postpones Croquet activities – read more
14 Mar – Coronavirus – Take Care of Yourself – read more
10 Mar – Surprise Funding News at Spring Meeting – read more
10 Feb – February Croquet Gazette now available – read more
04 Jan – Time to plan the 2020 League season – read more
28 Dec – Have you read it or even seen it yet? – read more
15 Dec – Chester looking to the skies – read more
15 Dec – With practice you could do this! – read more
20 Nov – New format for national Short Competition – read more
16 Nov – Very positive AGM paints a bright future – read more
Welcome to Croquet in the North West
Whether an experienced player, a beginner or just curious about Croquet, you will find a friendly welcome at any club in the north west. There are tournaments to suit all levels, competitive leagues, excellent coaching and many opportunities to play for relaxation, friendship and fitness. New members are always welcome and most clubs provide excellent introductory and corporate sessions with all equipment provided. Contact any north west club to find out how you can try Croquet – see the Who’s Who page in the tabs above