We will be starting the new bowls outdoor season on 6th April, opening at 2.00pmOur membership fees stay low - only £20 until the season ends in October. Then £3 for green fees and availing yourself of our bar.Or just turn up and play for £5. Children under 16 are FREE.We have the equipment and coaching also available for FREE.We are available for hire.Our regular opening times from then onwards are:Saturdays 2-5pmSundays 3-6pmMondays 3-6pmWednesdays 6-duskThursdays 6-duskAs before we are planning another Rock and Bowls event and other special days, including days to especially encourage people with disabilities to discover this very enjoyable game.
THE LAST DAY OF BOWLS 2018 WILL BE 30TH SEPTEMBER From that date the green will start having it’s winter treatment including moss killer and play will therefore have to end. We will open at 1.30pm to host a Friends of Greville Smyth (FroGS) consultation about swings in the park. Our last day will start at this earlier time.
With Band, Buffet and Bowls this was a lovely occasion. The Ravens Marching Band played some stirring music. We had some members of our predecessor club join us in the whites and they were given a challenging game from the Visually Impaired Bowlers. The Deputy Lord Mayor said a few words and cut the cake. Those of us who watched were mightily entertained whilst we supped. [envira-gallery id="811"]
To mark the 110th anniversary of a club on our green we are holding a celebration. All are welcome - non members, members, or a member of another club who has played at our lovely green in times gone by. Please join us. There will be music from the Marching Community Scout Band, The Ravens, who will be playing some old time favourites. There will also be refreshments on sale in the form of sandwiches, cream teas, sponge cakes, and soft and alcoholic drinks from our licensed bar. And, as always, there will be the opportunity for everyone to play bowls! Given that we will be celebrating an event which originated in the Edwardian era, you might like to come in Edwardian attire.