TAUNTON VALE POLO CLUB

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Welcome to Taunton Vale Polo Club

Founded in 1911 by the Officers of the Regimental Depot of the Somerset Light Infantry, together with other enthusiasts, Taunton Vale Polo Club has the oldest polo ground in England. Join us from April to September to play or watch some of the best polo the Westcountry has to offer. We provide polo for all ages and abilities from beginners to professionals with varying tournament levels allowing all members to be involved.

 
•    Two boarded grounds and practise ground
•    Wednesday chukkas and weekend tournaments 
•    Ponies available to hire
•    Have a go days available


The ground is open to spectators, so bring along a picnic and watch the action from the sidelines or from the beautiful thatched clubhouse open to visitors and members alike.
 
•    Free entry (some finals day may incur a small charge)
•    Dogs welcome (to be kept on a lead at all times)
•    Refreshments available from the clubhouse
•    No dress code 

“A fun and friendly club in the lovely Somerset countryside showcasing low goal polo at its best…”

Photos: Clayton Jane & Nick Harrison-Sleap

 

Latest News

Hong Kong Tournament

August  24th & 25th The Hong Kong Tournament open

Teas & all sorts of yummy goodies available

Latest Results

After a terrific 8 chukka match with both teams matching each other goal for goal, Sloe Cottage just pipped Quantox to collect the Friar Park Cup. Fantastic low goal polo at its best!!

 

We Was Robbed

Silverwood Trophy

L / R: Mimi Figgins, Katie Blythe, Izzy Tilley, Rob Andrews

TBK

Houldsworth Cup, KCMG section

L/R:Oli Ghazala, Jed Peacock, Steve Tipper, Mike Ball

Sloe Cottage

Houldsworth Cup

L/R: Charlie Hitchman, Adrian Aplin, Deborah Aplin, Ollie Jones.

Directions

Grounds number 1 and 2 (both boarded) are at Orchard Portman, 3 miles from Taunton.

Directions from M5 From the M5, Junction 25, *proceed towards Taunton. Turn left at the second set of traffic lights (Creech Castle Hotel) and follow signs to the Racecourse. Having crossed over the M5 again, take the first turning left, towards Orchard Portman. The Polo grounds are approximately half a mile on the right hand side.

Directions from A303 From the A303, Ilminster bypass, take the A358 to Taunton until you reach the M5 roundabout and then as above*

If using a SATNAV please enter Postcode: TA3 5DQ