Croquet: New season kicks off for Newport Croquet Club

20:38 15 April 2014

Newport Croquet Club opened the new season last Monday with members coming together for a soup lunch followed by social play.

Despite threatening weather the first games of the season made a good start to what is expected to be an enjoyable summer’s play. Anyone interested in playing croquet can visit the website, newportcroquet.org.uk

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