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Is there life after Rugby, Cricket, Hockey, Football ??.
 
 
  YES  
 
 
 
Why not take up bowling? It is a sport that's good for you - physically, mentally and socially. And don't run away with the idea that it's only for older people: it's for both young and old. Members of the national team are mostly between 20 and 40 years of age!  And you can play all year round indoors or, in summer, both indoors and outdoors. We cater for you if you just want to "roll up" with friends, if you want to play in club friendly games or if you want the thrill of competitive matches at different levels: club, county, national. Also, all year round, you can enjoy the bar and the varied social life of the club
 
Try it out with us. We are able to lend you all the equipment you will need, including bowls and shoes, so you can quickly start enjoying the sport without any significant initial expense.
 
Adults are welcome to try one of our free taster sessions. For adult coaching there is a fee of £3.50 per 2 hour session. One of our team of qualified coaches will be glad to talk to you about the opportunities the club offers; don't hesitate to telephone either 01865 379116 or 01865 553785.
 
Youngsters aged 8 and upwards are welcome at the Saturday Youth Club, catering for a wide range of ability from beginners to accomplished bowlers and using the six rink indoor green in the winter and one of the two six-rink outdoor greens in the summer. Junior-sized bowls are available. No fee.
 
If you are thinking about taking up the sport and at any stage you want to become familiar with some of its rules and conventions, you can get a lot of information easily on the Internet. For example the BBC has an interesting page (click here). The Highworth Bowls Club website has an excellent section for beginners (click here) then go to their "Beginners" page. Bowls Australia has an interesting website well worth a visit, with a link to a sponsor site on which you can play bowls ("Gold on the Green")on line! Try it by clicking here.
 
         Welcome to some of our New Members         
 
 
 
Richard & Elaine Gaskins, Bill Johnston, Clive Patterson, Jose Urrea, Barbara Patterson
Graham Kerr (Club Coach), Pat Aitken, Sue Johnston, Lyn Bibbings,Peter Burns, Aza & Paul Ballard Whyte, Rosemary Phelps (Club Coach)