Club Sponsors

Smith & Williamson is one of the top ten largest firms of accountants in the UK, according to the 2014 survey of the market by Accountancy Age magazine, and our investment management business has over £15bn of funds under management and advice (as at 31 December 2014). Our focus is on wealth creation, wealth management and wealth preservation – an approach that singles us out from our peers and larger competitors. Our foundations are built on strong, personal relationships which deliver imaginative, pragmatic advice and solutions. Our partners, directors and staff come from a variety of financial backgrounds. This comprehensive blend of experience and skills ensures that our clients receive high quality advice.

We offer an exceptionally broad range of services to individuals and businesses with a diverse range of interests. Our partners, directors and staff work together across our specialist disciplines to provide a seamless and co-ordinated service as part of a trusted adviser relationship.

England rugby and Wasps player, Phil Vickery MBE is a reknowned icon in the international world of rugby union and achieved true greatness on the field. His clothing company, Raging Bull has its roots firmly established in providing high performance team wear to the sports industry and has become well known for its excellence in producing extremely high quality and affordable gear and accessories.

Raging Bull is an established supplier providing an extensive range of sports wear, team kits, and sports accessories to rugby clubs, schools, colleges and universities. With a focus on functionality, innovative design, quality construction and durability, the brand unites sport authenticity with the design-led lifestyle of today.

The Polo Magazine – polo… but not as you know it.Likened to the ‘Tatler’ of the polo field, The Polo Magazine is full of interesting interviews with the great, the good and the gossipy; social pages to spot all your friends at all the best polo parties and articles covering what’s hot and not in the sport. The Polo Magazine is 140 + pages of big, glossy, innovative reading that has got tongues wagging across the polo pitches of the country and abroad.

One of the finest country house hotels in England, Calcot Manor lies 3 miles to the west of Tetbury, deep in the Cotswold Hills. With easy access from both the M4 and M5, this elegantly converted farmhouse is set in stunning countryside, amid acres of rolling fields – a perfect environment for a weekend retreat or a focused business meeting.

Other Links

Apes Hill Club is a must see for those wanting their own piece of paradise. Set amongst 470 acres of the most beautiful and dramatic scenery Barbados has to offer, Apes Hill has panoramic views of both the famous West and east coast of Barbados. The 18-hole Championship golf course will be the finest in the Caribbean. Skillfully designed to take full advantage of its elevated position, the breathtaking environment boasts an expansive area of rolling hillsides, wooded gullies, rocky outcrops, old quarries and small lakes.

FIP is the driving force behind international polo and the advancement of the sport in all countries of the world. FIP is the officially recognized federation representing the sport of polo by the International Olympic Committee.

SportShoot are the official photographic agency for the Beaufort Polo Club and attend all the major charity days at the event.

The HPA is the governing body for polo in the U.K. and Ireland as well as for many parts of the Commonwealth; it liaises with similar associations throughout the world. In one form or another, it has been in existence since 1874.

Planned for Perfection is a company whose ultimate aim is to ensure that your wedding day is exactly what it should be …… perfect, We also organise Conferences, Corporate events, Engagement parties, Birthday parties, Themed parties, Retirement parties, Renewal of wedding vows, Christenings, Christmas parties and Summer balls.

A cosy country inn nestled within the stunning Cotswold countryside. Located only 3.5 miles from the polo ground & a stone's throw from Bath, Bristol and Cheltenham, we offer seasonal British cuisine, charming cottage accommodation and ensuite bedrooms.

Charity Links

The Three Choirs Festival, held each year since the early eighteenth century, and rotating between the three great cathedral cities of Gloucester, Worcester and Hereford, is one of the world’s oldest classical choral music festivals. This heritage has long established the festival as a firm fixture in the British music calendar and a must-visit for lovers of the great choral works from across Britain, Europe, America and Australasia.

Hope for Tomorrow is a national charity dedicated to bringing cancer treatment closer to home. Working in a unique partnership with the NHS, their Mobile Chemotherapy Units bring vital treatment to patients, reducing travel, waiting times and the stress and strains of busy hospitals. Hope for Tomorrow continue to seek funding towards the build and launch of their Mobile Chemotherapy Units with a vision of bringing chemotherapy closer to patients in every County in the Country.

As a successful commercial organisation, the St. James's Place Group believes it has a responsibility to apply some of its profits and energy for the benefit of less fortunate members of society. To this end, the St. James's Place Foundation was established in 1992.The Foundation makes grants of up to £10,000 to hospices in the UK for items such as equipment, the cost of therapy and other treatments.

hospitality action

Established in 1837 Hospitality Action, the Hospitality Industry Benevolent Organisation, has offered vital assistance to all who work, or have worked within hospitality in the UK and who find themselves in crisis. They support people suffering from life altering illnesses; experiencing poverty, bearevement and domestic violence and those who have retired from the industry who may be isolated.

The money raised goes towards grants for essential items including food, equipment and central heating; supporting often isolated and lonely retired hospitality workers. and running educational seminars advising catering students of the dangers of drug and alcohol misuse.