HERBERT PARK CROQUET CLUB
Herbert Park, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4 - Club Days from 14:00 Wednesday & Saturday
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About

Our club & our history

  • 1830-1900

    How it all started

    Croquet originated in Ireland in the 19th Century and remains popular around the world due to its combination of simplicity and depth.

  • 1911

    Herbert Park

    In 1911 Herbert Park was developed into a public park, including the croquet lawns. The park is named after Sidney Herbert (1810-1861), the father of the Earl of Pembroke who, in 1903, offered the site to Pembroke Urban District Council to mark the coming of age of his son Lord Herbert.

  • 1987 - 2017

    Herbert Park Croquet Club

    Herbert Park Croquet Club has two full-size lawns and is situated in Herbert Park beside the tennis courts. It is a friendly members club both for established players and those that wish to learn the sport.

  • 2015

    Croquet & the rules.

    There are two main versions of croquet : Association and Golf. Both are played in the park. New members of all abilities are welcomed. Membership is just €115 a year giving you full use of all the club's facilities.

jOIN THE CLUB

Get in touch! To join or arrange a trial game you can either send us a message or drop by any Wednesday or Saturday after 2pm.

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Herbert Park Croquet Club - Herbert Park, Dublin 2, Ireland.

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