Fife Croquet Club
Croquet is an outdoor game of skill played on equal terms by young and old, women and men. The handicapping system means it can be played competitively and enjoyably by all of school age and above. It is, therefore, a very social game at the local level; while Fife Croquet Club is also part of the national competition structure run by the Scottish Croquet Association. The Fife Croquet Club means every Thursday (weather permitting) between 1pm and 4 pm at Hill of Tarvit Mansion House, by Cupar (courtesy of the National Trust for Scotland) from the middle of April to the end of October. During the long evenings of summer there is also play on Tuesdays between 6pm and 8pm. Visitors are always welcome, and full equipment and tuition is available for anyone who wishes to try the game.
Main Lawn Hill of Tarvit Mansion House National Trust for Scotland Nr. Ceres Fife
Date: Each Thursday from 8/4/2010 to end of October 2010 1.15 - 4.30 p.m.