The Sheffield Croquet Club is hosting the event as part of National Croquet Week 60:60 to raise funds for the British Heart Foundation.
The club offers people a chance to “try their hand” at croquet, while also raising funds for the Heart charity, which is celebrating its 60th anniversary this year.
John Crossland, Vice President of the Sheffield Croquet Club, said: “We are really looking forward to welcoming the people of Sheffield to try croquet during National Croquet Week!
“It should be a really fantastic week and we hope to see a lot of people come together to help beat the grief forever.”
The club hope to raise £ 500 for the association.
Vicki Carswell, Head of Fundraising at the British Heart Foundation, said: “We are extremely grateful to the Sheffield Croquet Club and the Croquet Association for their incredible support.
“The money raised helps fund groundbreaking discoveries and identify new treatments that could help save more people from the devastating effects of heart disease. “
The 60 minute “pay and play” series of croquet sessions will take place at Hillsborough Park and all equipment and lessons are provided.
There will also be a Ranking Challenge, for the highest number of hoops scored in 60 seconds, with prizes for the highest scores.
The event – starting July 24 and ending August 1 – is part of a national fundraising initiative by the Croquet Association, the national governing body of croquet in England.
Tickets are now available on Eventbrite or Facebook @sheffieldcroquetclub
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