Welcome to our Club's Information Section

Whether you are looking to learn more about the different terms and aspects of Bowls, or want to find the latest news and  results of our League, Cup and Competition games, this is a very good place to start.


As has always been the case, it is part of the Club’s membership requirements that EVERY PLAYING MEMBER under the age of 80 must do a Duty in order to help the club run efficiently and keep running costs low. Failure to do so will be investigated by the Duty Managers & Supervisors, and if necessary, further disciplinary action will be taken by the AEC

We really appreciate all the hard work and dedication that our members undertake in doing these and other duties, and we want to thank everyone for their time and commitment.


Preparing and serving drinks for club members and visitors.

Processing  payments including handling cash and credit cards, and balancing the register at the end of the shift. Working to a rota agreed with the bar manager which may include daytime or evening shifts or a mix of both. 

Restocking and replenishing bar supplies.

Maintaining a clean and organised work environment.


Twice weekly. Take the rubbish and recycling bins down to the lower park gate the day before collection is due. The following day, return the bins to their usual location on club grounds.


We are very proud of our 5 Star Food Hygiene rating, which was awarded March 2024.

The Catering Team provide food for visiting touring bowls clubs, club events, etc

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Cleaning (Mops)

Cleaning the Pavilion and Club House, finishing before 10.00, when the Greens open. The rota covers every day of the week, with members working in pairs every fortnight during the season, and less regularly out of season.


Gardeners are allocated specific jobs and areas in the grounds, which are their responsibility. This includes grass cutting, weed control, watering in hot weather etc. Gardeners are expected to be flexible in doing a variety of seasonal work throughout the year.


The Greens team work on a rolling rota which is usually prepared on the Thursday of the preceding week. The work content is variable and very much dependant on factors such as the weather; the condition of the greens and any work planned by A. S. M. C. Apart from this , the daily tasks include checking the greens for damage and repairing; updating the Greens board with any relevant information; changing the rink offsets and the Greens running direction as necessary. Daily attendance by members of the Greens crew is required during the bowling season.


The Maintenance Supervisor allocates a wide variety of different jobs and responsibilities. Some require regular rota systems, while others may be "one off" situations where the entire team are required to help. 


Provide refreshments (usually tea and biscuits) for all touring sides, and club events. 

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