COUNTY COACHING DAY
Sunday 25th June 2017 Time: 1.45 pm for 2.00 pm
Cost per person £4.
The Wiltshire County Coaching Team have been invited to put on a coaching day at the Club on the above date.
On the day, any bowler who would like the help of a coach in any aspect of their game can attend and get the help required, plus, you will have the opportunity to see your own bowling action on video and get suggestions for any improvements/changes.
If you wish to take part, please enter your name on the list which will be on the noticeboard in the Club.
The Club is looking to enter a skittles team into the Friday Night Skittles League for 2017 and we are trying to gauge how many members might be interested.
If you fancy joining the team to play regularly or occasionally, will you please add your name to the list outside the Ladies Changing Room.
A new event has been added to our Club activities.
Every Thursday, starting at 7.00pm there will be an evening of cards.
All members are welcome, so come and join in the current games, or learn some new ones.
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 Friday 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.
Any member wishing to order one of our very nice weather resistant jackets, will you please add your name and size requirement to the order form in the gents changing room. Because of the manufacturer’s sizing, it is recommended that you order one size larger than you would normally fit.
An enjoyable evening of bowls, despite the chilly weather. Photos courtesy of Nic Jansen