Welcome to the world of Lawn Bowls in Somerset!
Our website aims to provide comprehensive information to the members of Lawn Green Clubs in all parts of Somerset and South Bristol, members of the public thinking of taking up the game and bowling clubs elsewhere who may be considering a bowls tour holiday to our beautiful County.
We hope you all find the information on our website useful but we always welcome new ideas to make it even better!
It is a great honour and privilege for us both to be elected as Presidents of Somerset and to represent you and your county in 2015. We will do our utmost to follow the traditions already in place and uphold the high standards associated with Somerset. We thank our clubs Chew Stoke BC and Keynsham BC for their nominations and support and also Fosseway BC and Bath BC for seconding us. We have both made many friends through bowling and we are looking forward to meeting you all in the coming year both on and off the green. In 2015 our joint charity is Somerset Air Ambulance.Read more>>
We are pleased to report that Myrtle has made excellent progress following her accident and is back at home. She is now back in harness and looking after the Fund.
The 2015 Somerset School of Excellence was held at Bristol IBC on Saturday 17 January with 16 Juniors and 11 seniors taking part. The Junior winner was Luke Kelly from Bristol and the Senior winner was Jordan Sparey also from Bristol. Certificates of Attendance and Trophies were presented to all by Chris Mitchell, President Somerset [...]
We have today published the list of Club Open Tournaments (see dropdown under Clubs) and a list of the 2015 Umpires (see dropdown under Competitions). With regard to the Tournaments would club secretaries please check the entries and advise any errors. There is only limited space available, hence only contact person with phone number is [...]
If you missed the matches from Potters last week we are advised that World Bowls Tours are now streaming all the matches via You Tube.
Publicity is just as important in Bowls as it is in any other sporting activity. Associations, Leagues and Clubs are encouraged to send in any interesting or important pieces of information or news items so that favourable publicity for our sport can be obtained.Read more>>