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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!
Heather Willerton (City of Wells BC) and Louis Ridout (Ilminster BC) the county 4 wood singles champions.Read more>>
For the first time, certainly in recent times, the Annual Presentation and Luncheon (Sunday 2 November) is fully subscribed with the maximum possible number of 320 attendees. Today is coincidentally the closing date for applications. The hotel have already extended the maximum to 320 and no further places will be permitted by the hotel.
Applications are invited for this post commencing 2015. The Team Manager’s role is to ensure that the best possible teams are selected to represent Somerset in the John’s Trophy and Walker Cup Competitions. Full details of the Job Description were included in the recent County Circular 1409 sent to Club Secretaries. For further information also [...]
In last Sunday’s Finals Clevedon beat Bristol 62-42 to win the Fear Plate. Pictures attached. Click on picture to enlarge. Pictures also in Gallery – 2014 Finals
Last Sunday proved to be a red-letter day (or should that be a red poppy day) for the ladies of Portishead RBL BC. They beat Purnell in the Fear Cup by 62-43 and Bath in the Southey Trophy (2-2) with overall shot difference of 80-66. Click on pictures to enlarge. Pictures also in Gallery – [...]
Congratulations to Louis Ridout (Ilminster) and John Hick (Clevedon) who have been selected for the Men’s Senior International Series in Scotland on 27/28 June 2015. Congratulations also to Laura Holden (Clevedon), Kirsty Hembrow (Taunton Deane) and Stefanie Branfield (Clevedon) who have been selected for the Women’s Senior International Series at Royal Leamington Spa on 14/16 [...]
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>>