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Castle Hedingham Bowling Club

Castle Hedingham is a friendly mixed club offering a range of opportunities to play from the beginner to the experienced bowler. We play in three leagues. North west Essex, Steeple Bumpstead and North Essex federation .We hold regular Social gatherings during the winter and have a full fixture list of Friendly games in the summer.
We also have Carpet Bowling nights in the winter
Address:Sheepcot Road
Castle Hedingham
United Kingdom
affiliation:ECBA BowlsEngland
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jeff Bruin on 23rd August 2011 ()
Hi, i have just recently moved to Castle Hedingham and am very interested in joining your bowls club,don't know whether you have vacancies or whether there's a waiting list? I haven't any experience in bowls but am eager to learn.
If there are openings i would be pleased if you let me know, i would then like to come along and get a feel of your club if that's possible.
Thanking you for your time, regards Jeff Bruin.
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