Come and play Pétanque

The Farmer's Boy,Brickendon

Based at The Farmer's Boy, Brickendon, Hertfordshire, we have five floodlit pistes and meet three times a week throughout the year. We also have two teams playing in local summer evening leagues.

We are a very sociable club and visiting players of any standard are always welcome, so even if you've not played before come and give it a try - we'll supply the boules and lots of encouragement.

The club was established in 2004 and is affiliated to the Chiltern Region of Pétanque England.

Feel free to contact us or visit us here - our postcode is  SG13 8NU

SUNDAY MORNING: summer 9.30 to 12.00 / winter 10.00 to 12.00
TUESDAY EVENING: 5.30 to 7.30
THURSDAY MORNING: 10.00 to 12.00

So, what is Pétanque?
Pétanque is the best-known and most popular variation of the French game of boules (bowls) and can be played almost anywhere and by all ages.
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Coaching 5th October  22/9/2019
Andrew has advised that he will be taking club members to Ickleford for the coaching course on 5th October at 8.45am and will be stopping after at a country pub close to the venue  
Brickendon Lane Closure  20/9/2019
Just to advise you Brickendon Lane is due to be closed from Monday 23rd September for 5days. The closure is only in place during working hours so should only effect Thursday morning play and an alternative route will be needed. Janet R  
Ladder Latest  16/9/2019
Not much movement recently...Watch out for our latest recruits, Joe and Barry making bids...
1 Robert Williams 
2 John Lambie 
3 Paul Lavelle
4 Geoff Cook 
5 Brian Russell
6 Janet Sargeant
7 Bernie Hornett
8 Paul Grimsdick 
9 Ava Greenwell
10 Jon Newby 
11 Maurice Levitt 
12 Jean Retallick 
13 Mavis Cook 
14 Martin Todd 
15 Andrew Caldin 
16 John (Eric) Oliver 
17 Ivan Sargeant 
18 Pete Millman 
19 John Matthews 
20 Martyn Smith 
21 David Ansell 
22 Eddie Linford 
23 Joe Enright 
24 Barry Chapman
25 Beryl Matthews
26 Keith Milan
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