Eastbourne Bowling Club - New Players

 NEW TO BOWLS - GIVE IT A TRY !!
 
 Contact Paul Furley for details -  01323 501851
 



Easy access to the bowling green by using our car park or pedestrian gate in Saffrons Road.
We have all the equipment, though flat soled footwear and comfortable clothing will be needed.

We cater for individuals, small and large groups and have coaches on hand to support.

The aesthetics of the sport are wonderful and many find success early on.

Skilful, highly sociable and physically fairly low stress we are confident you will enjoy the experience.


‘New To Bowls’ Membership

  • Eligible if new to Lawn Bowls
  • Costs £60  (or 60% off full membership) 
  • Unlimited bowling (including borrowing of equipment and use of facilities)
  • Allows you to bring guests along (who pay £3 green fees)
  • Enables you to participate in social club events
  • Use of car park until January 1st of the following year

Some people believe bowls is something only to be considered once retired. Others have perceptions of the sport which are actually not true – we no longer have to wear whites and hats at all times!

This ‘new to bowls’ membership with the reduced cost incentive is to encourage folk to try bowls understanding that they might not be sure if they’re going to take to it, physically be able to roll woods or want to commit to full membership (which is £150).

The membership however can become ‘full’ enabling one to play in matches and competitions.

If interested complete the ‘on-line’ application form and send or make further enquiries via the website or by telephone.

You are most welcome to pop in to the club where members will gladly answer any queries.

Bowls is increasingly popular among the young, is highly skilful, sociable, aesthetically pleasing and easy to learn.

Our club has a huge range of players from those who casually roll-up, those who play in friendly matches through to ones competing at county level and in national finals.

There is a warm and welcome home to all.

‘Come, let the good times roll’