RCBPC delivers an internationally renowned sport and social lifestyle that seeks to further innovate and develop polo as a truly inclusive sport fit for the modern world
The Royal County of Berkshire Polo Club (RCBPC) stands out as one of the top-tier polo clubs and classic event spaces in the UK, boasting world-class sporting facilities, including nine pristine polo fields, the UK’s first all-weather polo arena, stabling to accommodate over 200 horses, two tennis courts, a croquet lawn, a clubhouse, pavilion and an esteemed polo academy.
But it's not just about the horses. This is a space that we want to share, this is a place that we want to entertain. And what better way to do both than to host a series of experiential dining events from picnics on sharing tables with blankets and branded hampers to pop-up dining in the parkland amongst the noble oaks.
Polo: a marriage of equine history and sheer rock and roll, that remains woven through our walls. The Bershire's late founder, Bryan Morrison, a distinguished businessman and music mogul in the 60s, 70s, 80s and 90s, had a hand in the careers of none other than Pink Floyd, The Jam, The Bee Gees, George Michael and many more.
We want to reflect our colourful and distinguished history by making sure the food you enjoy here is as memorable as the club itself by filling the beautiful grounds, clubhouses and pavilions with a superb array of cheffing talent. The new series of experiential dining events will work in existing spaces in new ways, bring a special something to match day teas and a pop-up programme of social dining experiences in the wider estate.
“Our aim is to cement the club’s stature as a world-class polo, events and equestrian facility that pushes boundaries for generations to come.”