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Uckfield Bowls Club

Uckfield is a small but energetic club of about 70 male and female members with a 4-rink green in a very pretty and secluded location. Most of our matches are Triples. We pride ourselves on our friendly and informal approach. Our colours are a royal blue polo shirt with embroidered club badge, and shorts are permitted. Our club has a relatively low average age and most of our members are still working full-time, though people of all ages are always welcome. We are affiliated to Bowls England and Sussex Bowls and we have a number of badged County players, plus one Middleton Cup player.
Uckfield has won the local Horam League for eight seasons of the last ten, and has been in the top division of the Mid Sussex and John Spriggs leagues since 2009, twice being champions of the latter.
Address:Grants Hill
Oaklea Way

East Sussex
United Kingdom
TN22 2BN  (show a map)
Newsletter Editor:Mr Andy Clews
affiliation:SCBA BowlsEngland
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Visitors' comments about Uckfield Bowls Club

Carol on 9th June 2007 ()
Looked up your web page to find directions to the club even a postcode would have been useful. looking forward to playing there soon thank you
Clare Gooch on 18th November 2009 ()
Contact details, link to website/e-mail address for queries would be good. Don't know how to find out more information about joining from this site.
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