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Cirencester has a vibrant social scene with many parties throughout the season. A few of the best...

The Cocktail Party
2018 DATE: September 2018

An ever popular start to the season, The President's Cocktail Party never disappoints. Kindly hosted by The Earl & Countess Bathurst at their beautiful home The Mansion, Cirencester Park, it gives members and friends of the club the opportunity to catch up after the long winter and look forward to another British polo season at Cirencester.

Cocktails, canapes and champagne are enjoyed in the drawing rooms and the rose garden and for those with the stamina there is always a vibrant after party at The Kings Head Hotel Vaulted Cellar. 
The Ball
2018 DATE: Saturday 12th May 2018

Every few years Cirencester host an enormously popular ball. 2014 saw the 120 year celebration ball kindly hosted by the Chairman Kuldip Singh Dhillon at his beautiful home Trewsbury Farm.

This year will see the ball kick off the seasonat the beginning of May with a 'Touch of Polo' theme.
The Warwickshire Cup After Party

2018 DATE: Sunday 24th June

The prestigious Warwickshire Cup has been contested at Cirencester for nearly sixty years and the after party that follows in the clubhouse has gained a firm following and high goal status of its own over the years.

The light midsummer evening provides an idyllic setting in the clubhouse garden for sundowners and live music, followed by a DJ set and dancing.
The End Of Season Party

2018 DATE: Sunday 23rd September

After 6 months, 30 plus tournaments and around 380 games of polo, the End Of Season Party usually goes off with a bang. A fantastic opportunity for everyone in the club to relax and let their hair down, drink the bar dry and say 'so long' to those who will be heading to the Southern Hemisphere for the Winter months. 

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