Government Requirements and CA Guidelines 17th May 2021 Continue to book in advance
In order to play, you or your opponent or partner or organiser/manager must book a court on our Lawn Booking System.
Please keep your bookings up to date with names (e.g., replace ‘tba’ with player’s name) in order to comply with ‘Track & Trace’.
Continue to observe social distancing
Please continue to observe social distancing unless from the same household.
Please do not shake hands.
No limit per lawn
In practice, there is now no limit on the number of players per lawn (although technically it is a max of 30 people!).
GC Roll-Ups are still to be managed by Geoff Brook to control numbers. Please contact Geoff here to enter the GC Roll-Ups. They are being held on Monday afternoons, Friday mornings, Sunday late afternoon starting at 5pm (from 4th April to 4th July) and Sunday afternoons starting at 1.30pm (as from 11 July).
AC Roll-Ups are still being held on Thursday mornings and afternoons and will be un-managed, i.e. just turn up. There is also a session on Sunday late afternoon (along with GC as item above) starting at 5pm (from 4th April to 4th July) and Sunday afternoons starting at 1.30pm (as from 11 July). For Sunday AC Roll-Up, book with Geoff Brook as item above.
The Clubhouse is now open but:
Please wear a face mask (unless eating/drinking but please eat/drink outside if at all possible).
Maximum of 6 at any one time.
No crowding around the tea/coffee/sink area.
If you prefer, you may choose to lower the temporary wooden barrier as you enter to prevent others entering.
When entering the Clubhouse, please record your contact details in the book on the desk on the right (for ‘Track & Trace’).
Hazlemere Recreation Ground, Amersham Road, Hazlemere, Bucks, HP15 7QW The Recreation Ground is on the A404. If approaching from the north, travel 400m south from the Hazlemere double roundabout, slow down at Holy Trinity Church on your left and look for a small road on your right with Croquet Club and Recreation Ground signs. Coming from the south (High Wycombe) direction, we are about a kilometre north of the Royal Grammar School.