Croquet Club Facilities


The Croquet Club shares superb facilities with cricket and tennis as part of the Sidmouth Fortfield Sports Complex. Croquet was played in Victorian Sidmouth as early as 1900 as part of the original Sidmouth Cricket, Tennis, Croquet & Hockey Club. As well as hosting National Tournaments, the Croquet club holds its own competitions and is a member of the South West Federation League, competing at beginners, intermediate and advanced levels.


Members enjoy full clubhouse facilities with bar and in-house catering. The club has a friendly atmosphere and an ongoing social life including events such as dinners, demonstrations, illustrated talks, fun events, wine and buffet evenings and other activities. After a croquet session, it is good to be able to watch a game of cricket over a well-earned drink!

About the Club


Spectators are always welcome and members will be pleased to explain the finer points of the game. Recruitment is via a 'Taster Day' for newcomers in early Spring with several sessions of coaching thereafter. Continuation coaching continues as best suits. We are always pleased to accept new members with a Handicap but may ask complete novice to go on a waiting list for the following year - it can be very demanding ofa members time to coach ad hoc novices wishing to play.


All that is needed to play is a pair of flat soled shoes as the Club can provide mallets and other equipment. So please feel free to contact us and come along and come along to enjoy this super game in a very friendly atmosphere!

Who's Who?

The club relies heavily on volunteers, particularly committee members, to carry out various tasks. Some of them are detailed below.

Club Minutes 1966 - 2022