We are a friendly club, located in the heart of the Highlands of Scotland, 12 miles west of Inverness on the A862.
Our club was established in 1868! We participate in League, County and Seniors competitions throughout the summer and have flood-lighting for late running games.
New members are always welcome regardless of age or experience and we can offer support to the most novice of bowlers through to the experienced.
Our 'open' ... Read the full article...
As a club we pride ourselves on our friendly welcome for all visitors and new members. Our aim is to provide a safe environment for bowlers of all abilities to come along and enjoy this traditional English sport. We are also able to cater for partially sighted bowlers and disabled bowlers, We currently have just over 100 playing and social members.
Our bowls season runs from ... Read the full article...
Our Club was founded in 1981. Our present membership is 36 Ladies and 54 Gentlemen. We would like our membership to be at least 100. So if you ever felt the desire to bowl or just enjoy pleasant company in a friendly and welcoming environment please come and join us.
The pavilion was erected in 1986 and sports excellent facilities including a bar, fitted kitchen meeting ... Read the full article...
Dyce Bowling Club, Skene Place, Dyce, AB21 7AY
The club was founded in 1952 and currently has 36 male and 18 female members.
There is a Hatnight competition every Monday night at 6.45pm, which is open to both members and non-members.
There are occasional social events held throughtout the year, ranging from Quiz nights, Bingo, Cards, Games etc.
Our website is on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DyceBowlingClub
Caxton Bowls Club was formed nearly 100 years ago and is homed by the Local printworkers’ Social Club called The Caxton Club which was formed in 1890.
We play bowls in the Beccles & District, Benacre & District, and the Sunshine Leagues in which this year we have an A and a B team. We are a friendly club and welcome beginners and enthusiastic ... Read the full article...