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9 January - Pat Eades RIP - funeral

The funeral for Pat Eades RIP was very well atened by approimatly 150 mourners at Bix Church today.  (see December 2019 News for an obituary)
The Crqouet Club was well represented by our Chairman, several committee members and others.
It was a lovely service and fitting tribute to very full life, very well lead.
3 March - Fensome and Roberts secure member places at the GC European Championships

Helena Fensome and Chris Roberts will be playing in the GC European Championsips (21-24 May) at Budleigh Salterton in Devon
The European Croquet Federation issued confirmetion today of the players who have been awarded 'member places', with each nation being allowed to nominate two places.
Fensome and Roberts have member places on behalf of Finland and Wales respectivly.
3 March - Hoops set and start of play announcement expected very shortly

At long last, we have hoops set on some of our courts - thanks to Chris Roberts and Russell Robinson who were on the job for three hours today.
An announcement of the start of play is expected very shortly (before the end of the week).

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    1 to 30 Apri -  a note for our archives

      All croquet is remains suspended at Phyllis Court (and the rest of the country) 

    Due to the on-going Coronavirus Crisis, the main Phyllis Court Club was closed fully to comply with the 'Lockdown' movement restrictions announced by the government.
    The CA had already cancelled or postponed all croquet playing activity under its auspices until the end of May and the SCF did likewise, suspending the start of all its league
    competitions for the same period.
    Both organisations remarked that extensions to this suspension period were likely to be announced in due course.
    Most clubs followed suit fairly swiftly and then, with the 'Lockdown' announcement of 23 March, all sporting activity (and all social gatherings) were effectively banned.
    As we end the sixth week of abiding by the 'stay at home' instruction, Phyllis Court have furloughed over half of the regular staff, including the grounds staff, and once a week
    mowing of the courts is being undertaken by Barry Foster and Big Mike of the Maintenance team.

    We are not aware of any casualties due to the Coronavirus Pandemic (and the associated Covid-19 disease) amongst our membership.