If you’re stuck at home and missing your bowls fix, you can catch up with the April 2020 edition of Inside Bowls magazine, the official publication of World Bowls.
The magazine is available to read on-line here: http://online.fliphtml5.com/hpdf/kxxl/
Monday 1st July saw the club’s sponsors have an opportunity to visit the club and give a short presentation to attending club members about the products and services they offered. Hilliers, Asset Guardian and Franklin Memorials took the opportunity to attend and, following on from their individual presentations, took questions from the floor and made themselves available for one to one sessions with any members wishing to learn more from a personal perspective.
Despite a disappointing turn-out, the evening went very well. A big thanks to both our attending sponsors and our Management Committee for organizing the event.
The club threw open it’s doors on Saturday 18th May and welcomed a steady flow of visitors during the annual Open Day event, gaining three new bowling members on the day, with the potential for a number of others to follow in the weeks to come.
A big thanks to the coaches and club members who gave up their time to make the event the success it was.
It would be greatly appreciated if all members keep a look-out for our new members and, assuming they have been cleared to use the green, invite them to join you in roll-ups rather than leave them to practice on their own.
The club has purchased a new flag to fly over the bowling green from 2019, replacing the existing flag which was made something like 30 years ago by Mrs Message, a club member at the time. Here is the new flag, modelled by our very own Josie Sullivan and Jim Hill.