Our purpose-built centre comprises a bowls hall with six rinks, and air conditioning provides a comfortable environment in which to enjoy the sport all year round. Spectator seating overlooks the playing area.
The Club was founded in 1998 with the Clubhouse being officially opened by Liz Read, President of the English Women's Indoor Bowling Association, in November of that year.
Players at all levels are welcome and bowls is suitable for all abilities. Beginners are encouraged to come along and give bowls a try. Free taster sessions are offered every Saturday morning from 09:30 to 11:30. All equipment is provided free of charge. The annual subscription is also discounted to help new members into the sport.
Free coaching/skills improvement sessions are also held on Saturday mornings from 09:30 to 11:30 and at others times by arrangement with the coaches.
People with a disability can compete equally against other disabled bowlers or non-disabled bowlers. All areas within the Club are easily accessible by wheelchair; in addition the Club owns a number of specially designed wheelchairs that protect the carpet. Several other aids are also available to allow players with a variety of disabilities to participate in the sport; the Club has sticks and bowl lifters, which can be borrowed from the duty Steward.