New to Bowling

Thinking about taking up lawn bowls or simply joining in for the social fun?

Well, before you do, did you know that the sport of lawn bowls has a long history that stretches back to at least the 13th century and possibly earlier, with the world’s oldest surviving bowling green – the Southampton Old Bowling Green – dating way back to 1299!! We’re not that old and despite the common belief that bowls is for old folk, it’s really a popular game for any age, and it’s been around for a long time!

So, come along to our Club! You are welcome to visit between 4pm-6pm any Friday afternoon and talk to any member about joining.

Have a go!

Before you make any decisions about joining our club, why not have a go? We invite you to a free one hour bowling experience on our greens

  • Basic tuition by one of our experienced bowlers
  • Use our club bowls
  • A tour of our club
  • Access information about our memberships
  • Experience a warm welcome from our club members

Please note: Please wear comfortable casual clothes. Smooth, soft-soled shoes or bare feet can only be used on our greens.

What Memberships are available?

Junior Members ($10) are under the age of 18.

Social Members ($10) are not able to play bowls or have access to the greens, except for Community Bowls. However they can enjoy the great socialisation of Friday evenings and all other social events.

Recreational Members ($50) have access to all games of social bowls that are promoted by the Club, but do not qualify to play pennants, club championships or open events played at home and at other clubs.

Full Members ($215) participate in all bowling events – social, club, pennants and championships. Full members must be over the age of 18. They have Club voting rights and can hold a position on the general committee.

How to Join?

Application forms, as well as our Club Code of Conduct, are available at the Club. You will need to read both documents and complete your application, together with the signatures of two Full Members who will propose and second your nomination. Your application will be posted on the notice board and will then be formally considered by the General Committee who meet once per month.

So, What are you waiting for!!