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When & where we play

Monday 10am-12am

Priory Park

Wednesday 10am-12am

Priory Park

Friday 10am-12am

Alexandra Palace

You can play as little or as often as you like.​ And always coffee, cake and a chat afterwards at one of our two favourite cafes (Priory Park Cafe and Alexandra Palace Garden Centre Cafe).

If you’re interested in playing, but can’t make these times do get in touch as we are interested in expanding our playing schedule. Ad hoc sessions also occur during the week and at weekends.

These are public courts 

The courts are a public resource and are free for anyone to play on. There's no need to book. They operate on a first-come-first served basis, so come and have a look or bring your boules and simply play whenever you like. If we are playing just jump in. We’d love to see you.

Come and have a game with HPC for free 

If you would like to check us out, please do. Feel free to come along to any of our regular sessions and join us for up to three games for free before signing up to be a member. 

You can get in touch by using the CONTACT button in the menu to let us know you are coming along, or if you need to borrow some boules.

If you would like to join the club, do get in touch through the CONTACT section on this web site. 

Hornsey Pétanque Club and u3a

Members of u3a join HPC members every other Wednesday (10am-12midday) to play at Priory Park court. The Monday and Friday games (10am-12midday at Priory Park and Ally Pally courts respectively) are for HPC members. If you are a member of both organisations then please join in any of the sessions.This arrangement is informed by the fact that HPC members are covered by Pétanque England insurance while u3a members are covered by u3a insurance.

Courts

The courts are situated in Alexandra Palace Park and Priory Park, Hornsey. The Ally Pally court is situated on the lower pedestrian road, not far from Alexandra Palace Station. The Priory Park court is on the old bowling green, near the Priory Road entrance to the park.​​ If you use what3words.com you can see the precise locations below.

Alexandra Palace

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