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Normandy Bowling Club

This is a friendly, short mat bowling club with its own, purpose built, clubhouse. The club was established in 1991 and moved into its new premises in 2010. There are about 120 members (70 full playing and 50 social). We welcome all bowlers, from absolute beginners to experienced players.
The clubhouse normally has three mats in use and there are four roll-up sessions each week (Tuesday, 7pm; Wednesday 2pm, Friday 2pm and 7pm).
Besides the regular roll-ups, the club runs internal competitions during the winter season and plays friendly matches against other clubs from October to March. The club also enters teams in some external short mat bowling leagues in the area. Whether you are a social bowler or a competitive player, there will be something to suit you at Normandy Bowling Club.
The club has a full social programme throughout the year with such events as Skittles, Cabaret Night, Quiz Evening, Line Dancing and Music Nights.
Car parking is available adjacent to the clubhouse.
If you are interested in joining us, or would like to try out short mat bowls, please contact the Secretary or Club Captain.
Secretary: Jenny Henson (01483 836180)
Club Captain: Graham Newbery (01276 501171 or 07907 883177)
Address:Manor Fruit Farm
Glaziers Lane

United Kingdom
GU3 2DT  (show a map)
Phone:01483 836180
Treasurer:Mr Bernard Jay
Club Secretary:Mrs Jenny Henson
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Visitors' comments about Normandy Bowling Club

Rob Hillman on 5th October 2015 ()
I retired in May 2015 and joined the bowls club for something to do. I found the membership very welcoming and, because I had not played any form of bowls before, relied on casual tutoring by the members. I found them obliging and am now enjoying competitive bowls two or three times a week. I also enjoy the many social events held at the club and have even played in friendly matches against other local teams.
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