It is with deep regret that we advise of the passing of Les Clifton.
Les was an active and popular member of Swindon Bowls Club for many years and he will be sadly missed by all who knew him.
For anyone that wishes to attend, Les’s funeral will take place at the Kingsdown Crematorium on Friday 27th October at 10.30 am.
Donations to the British Heart Foundation, or Prospect Hospice.
The Men’s Annual General Meeting is set for Sunday 22nd October 2017 at 10.00 am.
A nomination sheet for the 2018 Committee is now on display in the main clubroom and there are sixteen positions to be filled at the AGM.
Any member interested in joining the Committee should add their name to the sheet, along with the name of their seconder.
We are looking for new members to bring their enthusiasm and expertise to the Committee, in order to help maintain and uphold the traditions of our Club in the years to come.
Any questions or queries, please contact Bob Hiles.
To all members.
The first friendly cards night is on Thursday 28th September in the Clubhouse from 7.00 pm to 9.00 pm.
Why not come along and enjoy a pleasant evening of cards and join in the current games, or learn some new ones.
Cards nights are held every Thursday and all members are welcome.
For more information please contact Bill Pearce.
The Club now has a Facebook page which can be found by searching for Swindon Bowls Club.
There is also a Facebook closed group for Club members and this page can be found by searching for Swindon Bowls Club Info and Banter.
This is a closed group, but access can be requested by clicking the +Join Group option.
For Bingo fans, Bingo is played in the club every other Sunday throughout the year, starting at 7.30pm. The bar will be open and there is a raffle with some excellent prizes.
Come along and bring your friends for a relaxed, enjoyable evening. To check future dates, please call Jim O’Leary on 01367 615039 or 07727 212437.
Friday 22nd September saw the culmination of another tremendously successful Swindon Bowls Club, Floodlit Tournament. Fourteen teams played for places in the semi-finals and finals and at the end of the week the successful teams were “Westlecot”, “Penhill Boys”, “No More Novices” and “Ciderheads”. The Eventual winner of this years … Continue reading