Bowls is an excellent social game for all ages and abilities

We are a long established club and we offer the chance for you to take part in a friendly and welcoming environment in which to participate in an extremely addictive sport. Whether you are new to bowls or are an experienced player, young or old, there is sure to be something here for you.

We know the game has a stigma of being a game for the older generation, but younger players are coming into the sport, but we do need more to keep the sport alive. It’s an excellent social game and an ideal game for the younger element who do not like contact sports i.e. football, cricket, rugby and such, but wish to be involved in a team sport.

People with disabilities may also be able to join in the game, and in some cases be able to play and compete with the able bodied players on level terms. We have a club coach who would be on hand to teach the rudimentary rules of the game.

Our 6 rink indoor bowls hall was opened in November 1986 and the carpet is very accurate and no known runs. It is the only bowls hall in the country with TV screens and Cameras on each rink. We are one on the most successful bowling clubs in the country boasting several National titles.

The main winter season runs from October through to April. Many bowlers move to their outdoor clubs in the Summer, but we have an enthusiastic core who continue to enjoy their game indoors.

We host National/County Games, play internal Competitions, Roll-Ups and Friendly matches against other Indoor Bowling Clubs. Also we run regular Winter and Summer Leagues. All standards of players are very welcome.

Summer League 2022

Tuesday Morning:      10.00 – 12.00   Open Triples    16 ends

Thursday morning:    10.00 – 12.00   Open Triples    16 ends


Organised Roll-ups summer 2022

Please arrive on the rinkside 15 minutes before stated start time to allow time for rinks to be drawn.

Monday morning:   9.30am – 11.30am

Monday afternoon:  12.00 midday – 2.00pm

Wednesday morning:   10.00am – 12.00 midday

Thursday afternoon:     12.30 – 2.30pm

If you are new to game we have a club coach who would be on hand to teach the rudimentary rules of the game. Or if you are searching for some additional tuition please enjoy the advanced coaching from our very knowledgeable friendly coaching team.

Come and try Indoor Bowls

Introductory coaching sessions will be starting again in May 2022.  For more information, please phone 01684 574010

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All ages and standards, from absolute beginners to the more experienced bowlers  are welcome at the club, which is wheelchair accessible. We have 6 full length indoor rinks and have recently installed a new ventilation system to create a safe environment for all bowlers and visitors.

Come and join us, on your own or bring a friend. Enjoy the bowls and have a drink in the bar afterwards. Bowls is a brilliant game for all ages to enjoy, stay fit and have fun!

Indoor Bowls Club Finals Weekend

The indoor bowls season for 2021/22 came to a successful conclusion when nine finals were played over the weekend. Finals were played in Mens, Ladies and Mixed competitions and games were both competitive and enjoyable, with some excellent bowling on display. Three finals have been postponed till the start of the new 2022/23 winter season.


Ladies Singles:   Sandra Jones .

Runner up:  Julie Morgan

Ladies Pairs:    Sandra Jones, Jean Taylor.

Runners up: Sue Cullis, Helen Walker

Ladies Triples:   Eira Drake, Jame Hanks, Sandra Jones.

Runners up: Hazel Bennett, Julie Brook, Jean Taylor

Eileen Douglas Trophy:   Wilma Macnamara

Runner up: Hannah Mann

Men’s Singles:  Shaun Jones.

Runner up: Neil Smith

Men’s Pairs:  Brian Macnamara, Dave Magness.

Runners up: Marcus Smith, Neil Smith

Men’s Triples:  Brian Macnamara, Marcus Smith, Neil Smith

Runners up: Dan Holmes, Tom Holmes, Shaun Jones

Mixed Pairs: Julie & Bob Morgan.

Runners up:  Hazel Bennett, Ken Wright

New Members League: Rose & Steve Sargeant

Runners up:   Pat & Phil Southern



Disability Championship Success

Congratulations to Joe Peplow who, along with his partner, Gary Swift, won the Disability Bowls England Plate Doubles competition at Nottingham on Saturday 9th April. This win has rounded off a successful season for Joe, who was recently picked for the England team to play in the Home Nations series later this year.

Wessex League Regional results

Wessex League Indoor Bowls League: Mercia Region Winners

Congratulations to the men’s squad players who took part in the Regional Wessex League and came top in the Mercia  region.

The Wessex Indoor Bowls League is made up of 8 regions with a total of 44 teams. Games are played on a 2 teams home and 2 away basis. The TOP TWO clubs of each region then go into a play off.

Results were as follows:

1st Malvern Hills  45 pts.

2nd Bromsgrove 44 pts

3rd Welford 44 pts. (on shot difference)

4th Solihull 20 pts.

5th Nomads 7pts.

Well done and good luck for the next round



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