Richmond Park Bowls Club - Bournemouth
IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A FUN AND HEALTHY LEISURE PURSUIT, WITH YEAR ROUND SOCIAL ACTIVITIES, CONSIDER
Richmond Park Bowls Club
We are situated in the Winton Recreational Ground Bournemouth BH9 1BX.
We have arguably the best green in Bournemouth, and a superb Clubhouse offering a fully licensed bar and spacious seating area. The members will always give you a warm welcome, and throughout the year we offer “Try Bowls” free to anyone who thinks they would enjoy playing this wonderful game.
Annual Membership is available from £25 (plus optional match and other fees). Why not contact us now for full details?
We look forward to seeing you.
A Message from your President
Thank you for the honour of being your President for the 2016 season.
Richmond Park is a club to be proud of and I am sure that with your support we can make this an enjoyable and successful year.
I would like to extend a warm welcome to all new members and to wish new and existing members a very happy season.
I wish you all the best of health to enjoy your bowling and other club activities throughout the year.
TRY BOWLS FOR FREE
(and without obligation). Contact us now!
from £25 annually
(plus optional match and other fees)
Richmond Park Bowls Club
Results and League Tables 2016
Bournemouth and District Bowling Association Premier League 2016
Richmond Park (Section 3)
Bournemouth and District Womens Bowling Association 2016
Richmond Park (Division A)
During the bowls' season, April - September, the club is open 10 till late holding various events from club mornings on Tuesdays and Saturdays (ladies) and Thursday evenings (men), evening triples (mixed) on Tuesdays together with all the usual roll ups and coaching. You could play seven days a week!
There are also league matches every Thursday afternoon (ladies) and Saturday afternoons (men).
The majority of these matches are run by the Bournemouth and District Bowls Associations who run many competitions for bowlers to enter from novices to professionals. Some with cash prizes.
Members can also enter County Competitions if they so wish and of course we have the traditional club competitions.
Not forgetting all the social functions which are well organised by our social committee.
Throughout the season touring bowls clubs come to Richmond Park to play in mixed Friendly matches.
One such club was the Chelsea Pensioners Bowls Club. It was a privilege for us to meet and play against these wonderful retired soldiers and they very kindly invited us back to their beautiful grounds where we were treated to a lovely meal and a very competitive game of bowls.
Another such privilege was awarded to us by the Metropolitan Police (Mounted Police Horse division). Their bowl's club has frequently visited Richmond Park and they kindly invited us to play in a return match at Imber Court allowing us to visit the Police Horse Training Stables where we were thrilled to meet the beautiful police horses. Another visit was to Windsor Castle to play against the Royal Household.
So not only do we have the opportunity to play on our own lovely green we also have days out playing on other special greens and meeting fellow bowlers.
Richmond Park has County Badged players who are regularly selected to play for the County - so we are a very competitive club as well as being sociable.
Our calendar is always full and as a member you can play as much or as little as you wish. Social nights have included a 1940's night (see photos on right), musical evening and a steel band to name just a few. These have been accompanied by fish and chips or buffet meal. They have all proved to be great fun.
During the winter months we hold indoor events which include whist drives, military whist, darts, board games and short mat bowls - so you would never be short of things to enjoy. So why not come along to see us.
Winter events are held in the Clubhouse from October - March
Weds 10am to 12pm
Darts, Card and Board Games
Thurs & Fri's 2pm to 4pm
Short Mat Bowls
1st & 3rd Saturdays 2pm
2nd, 4th, 5th Saturdays 2pm
These events are open to non-members. Just come along on the appropriate day and time.
You will find a warm welcome.
Tea, coffee and biscuits always available.