Next CA Webinar – Croquet Lawn Care and Maintenance – Sat 30 Jan 9.30
Croquet Association Webinars are a series for CA Members, CA Member Clubs and Federations, to learn and discuss particular topics around croquet administration. We aim to run this on the last Saturday morning of each month.
Recordings of past webinars are available via the Webinars page (member login required).
Have a suggestion for a topic? Wish to present? Email cainfo#croquet.org.uk
Join us in hearing from Duncan Hector and George Noble – two of the leading experts on croquet lawn care in England.
Potential topics (details tbc):
- General lawn care advice
- Construction of new lawns
- Greenkeepers’ calendar
- Winter play
- Recent advances
Duncan Hector, of Great Dunham Croquet Club, is a lawn care professional advising on more than 90 croquet lawns around the UK. He has worked with the Sports Turf Research Institute on sports turf nutrition, and control of turf diseases and pests, and established two high quality lawns from scratch at Letchworth Croquet Club.
George Noble, Chairman of Surbiton Croquet Club for many years, converted Surbiton’s 7 lawns over the years from rough, sloping, former tennis courts to some of the best in the country. A leading light in instilling a volunteering ethos and always willing to roll up his sleeves, he willingly shares his knowledge via the CA’s Lawn Advisory Group.
Details: Saturday 30th January 2021, 9:30-11:00am.
Please sign up on Eventbrite by 5pm (BST) on Thursday 28th January to reserve your place.
The webinar will be held on Zoom and broadcast live on YouTube. Meeting details (how to join the webinar) will be shared with registered attendees on Friday 29th January.
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|29th August 2020
|A conversation on Diversity and Inclusion in Croquet
|25th July 2020
|Managing A Croquet Roll-Up/Competition (COVID-19 Edition)
|27th June 2020
|Recruiting Young Players Over Lockdown
|30th May 2020
|Court Booking Systems
Want to view a previous webinar? Visit the Webinars page (member login required)