Bowling to suit you
We have bowling opportunities to suit everyone, with coaching for beginners, weekly social bowling events with teams drawn in a ballot, 'roll-up' bowling for fun or practice, numerous individual, pair and team championships and a number of one-day trophies.  The more competitive bowlers also have the opportunity to play in local, county and national championships, either as individuals or for club teams.  Something for everyone!
The Greenis maintained by a team of volunteers supported by expert advice as required.  Generally speaking, play starts from 12.00 on weekdays and 10.00 at weekends, and goes on until dusk. Start times are managed through the rink book kept in the foyer of the Clubhouse, and although priority is given to matches, there is usually plenty of opportunity for practice and social games.
Dress Code (for full details, click here)
Generally speaking, all members should wear Club Shirts when representing the Club, in either league or friendly matches. When playing in club competitions or roll-ups, predominantly white bowls shirts can also be worn, but not crew neck t-shirts. On cooler days, Ladies can wear pale blue fleece style jackets or cardigans, and Gentlemen should wear Club Jackets or white bowls jumpers.
Trousers should be grey or white according to the event, and can be either bowling trousers, bowls shorts or crops, or bowling 'jogging style' trousers. 
Flat soled bowling shoes must always be worn on the green.
Full dress code details are available through the link at the top of this section.
The Laws of Bowls - if you fancy a little light reading, you can download the "Laws of the Sport of Bowls - Crystal Mark Third Edition 3.2" from the World Bowls website - just click here.   There is also a printed copy in a folder by the pigeon holes in the Clubhouse.