This is the website of the North West Federation of Croquet Clubs. Croquet is one of the fastest growing minority sports which can be played for fun, relaxation and fitness or played very seriously with incredibly high levels of skill in international tournaments. The Federation covers a large geographical including Cumbria, Lancashire, Merseyside, Cheshire, North Wales and the Isle of Man. There are about 19 clubs in the Federation, some are still in the developmental stage whilst others have been established over 100 years and it is estimated that the regional membership is about 1000 people. Whilst many members play Croquet for relaxation and meeting friends, others play competitively in the many league teams or regional tournaments. The region is also very fortunate to have many excellent players who compete at the highest national and international level. The Federation organises many coaching courses to nurture the talent in the region. This website is designed to provide an up to date news service of croquet activities within the Federation as well as developing an historical archive of the game in the region. All clubs welcome new members and provide tuition with all equipment provided. Beginners courses are a regular feature at most clubs, as are ‘Come and Try’ events and many social activities.
Webmaster: Tony Thomas (Mob: 07841 538 676; Email: email@example.com)
The North West Federation of Croquet Clubs (NWFCC) promotes and develops the game of Croquet at all levels through:
- A wide range of coaching courses (free to all club members).
- Organising seven different league competitions at all formats and levels.
- Managing regional tournaments (Millennium events and Festival of Croquet).
- Developing new clubs.
- Promoting club tournaments and events.
- Providing a forum for clubs to co-operate for the development of the game.
The annual Festival of Croquet tournament provides a weekend of various croquet competitions enabling club members from beginners to experienced players to compete in a friendly competitive atmosphere. Up to 200 players participate in this unique event which is one of the largest gathering of croquet players in the UK (if not the world!).
At an administrative level there are two meetings per year open to all members where clubs make decisions regarding the organisation and development of the Federation.
The North West Federation provides the essential link between the region and the national governing body of the game – The Croquet Association.
NWFCC League Rules
Advanced League Match Scoresheet
Advanced B Level League Scoresheet
Midweek Handicap League Match Scoresheet
Handicap League Match Scoresheet
Short Croquet League Match Scoresheet
Golf Croquet League Match Scoresheet
Level Play Golf Croquet League Match Excel Scoresheet
Mileages between Croquet Clubs
Croquet Handicappers in the North West – see the Who’s Who Page
NWFCC Club Meetings:
November 2017; Spring 2017; November 2016; Spring 2016; November 2015; Spring 2015; Autumn 2014; Autumn 2013; Autumn 2012; Spring 2012; Autumn 2011; Spring 2011; Autumn 2010; Autumn 2009; Spring 2005; Autumn 2004;
Minutes of Meetings:
Spring 2017; November 2016; Spring 2016; November 2015; Spring 2015; Autumn 2014; Spring 2014; Autumn 2013; Spring 2013; Autumn 2012; Spring 2012; Autumn 2011; Spring 2011; Autumn 2010; Spring 2010; Spring 2003; Autumn 2002;
2014 February Special Meeting re CA Working Party on Federations