Chestertons Polo in the Park

Polo in the park

Chestertons Polo in the Park is an annual event at Hurlingham Park. It brings together a dazzling combination of international polo and family entertainment to form an unforgettable day out.

Three days of matches will take place on Friday 7, Saturday 8 and Sunday 9 June 2019.

Ballot eligibility

Residents living near Hurlingham Park will be entered into a first chance draw (Ballot Draw A).

The following streets are eligible for the Ballot Draw A free tickets:

  • Alderville Road
  • Ashington Road
  • Bettridge Road
  • Broomhouse Lane
  • Broomhouse Road
  • Cortayne Road
  • Cristowe road
  • Daisy Lane
  • Dolby Road
  • Edenhurst Avenue
  • Ewald Road
  • Foskett Road
  • Grimston Road
  • Hurlingham Gardens
  • Hurlingham Road
  • Hurlingham Walk
  • Linver Road
  • Melbray Mews
  • Napier Avenue
  • Peterborough Road (including Piper building)
  • Ranelagh Gardens
  • Ranelagh Avenue
  • Sullivan Court
  • Sullivan Road

Once Ballot Draw A has taken place, any remaining applicants from the identified streets will be re-entered into Ballot Draw B – for all Hammersmith & Fulham residents with borough postcodes. The remaining tickets will be distributed to borough schools.

Enter ballot draw A

Enter ballot draw B

How to apply

  • applications will only be accepted by completing the online form
  • applications will not be accepted by email
  • those without internet access may apply on a postcard by writing to h&f events, The Annex, Pembroke Road W8 6PW

Ticket ballot – key dates

  • Ballot opens on Friday 5 April at midday.
  • Ballot closes on Monday 6 May at midday.
  • Successful ticket winners will be notified by Wednesday 8 May via email (or phone to those without email) to confirm they have won the tickets.
  • Successful ticket winners will be able to collect their tickets in person from Fulham Library SW6 from Thursday 9 May until the library closes on Saturday 1 June.
  • Unsuccessful applicants will not be notified.

Ticket ballot – general rules

  • ONE application per household is permitted.
  • Each household is eligible for four tickets only for ballot A and two tickets for ballot B.
  • Tickets are for a variety of event days – and will be allocated for either Friday 7, Saturday 8 or Sunday 9 June. It is not possible to request tickets for specific days or seats, as they are chosen at random.
  • Requests for free tickets from addresses other than those postcodes registered within the borough will not be entered into the Free Ticket Ballot draw.
  • Applications will close at midday on Monday 6 May. Entries received after this date this date will not be put into the ballot.
  • Entry into the Free Ticket Ballot does not automatically entitle applicants to tickets, but a place in the draw.
  • Successful applicants are selected at random.
  • Tickets should NOT be given as gifts. They are only valid for use by the original applicant (and their guest(s) where applicable).
  • Free tickets are strictly non-transferable and must not be sold, nor advertised for sale, anywhere.
  • All ticket ballot applicants must be aged 18 years or over.
  • Residents who are unsuccessful will still be able attend by purchasing full price tickets at

Ticket collection

  • Successful applicants will be contacted by email to confirm they have been successful and that tickets will be available for collection in person from Fulham Library from 9 May until 1 June.
  • Residents will be required to bring their copy of email confirmation or provide proof of address and sign for receipt of their tickets.
  • Any tickets not collected by 1 June will be returned to the events team and offered to borough schools.

Further information

For information about the event see