BARBOURNE BOWLING GREEN CLUB Ltd
(Founded 1897) - Tel: 01905 611081
Green: Redcliffe Street. off Park Avenue. Worcester. WR3 7AR
Location of Bowls Club: Find Me
Website: Website Link
   
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Approved Coloured Shirt: White Shirt, blue panels on sides, sleeves and shoulders,
trimmed in yellow.
Club smoking policy: No smoking on Green or in Pavilion
Email Contact:

gazzar711@gmail.com

President: Gareth Roberts Tel: 07853 310162
Captain: Brian Evans Tel: 01905 429357
Ladies Captain: Mo Clifton Tel: 01905 45571
Mens Singles Champion: Trevor Arnold Tel: ---- 
Ladies Singles Champion: Rita Amphlett Tel: 01905 452356
Club Secretary:

Margaret Wilson
15 Emerald Road
Worcester 
WR2 5QB

Tel: 01905 921555
Email: maggiann@hotmail.co.uk
Ladies Secretary: Rita Amphlett Tel: 01905 452356
 
96 St Annes Road
Worcester
WR3 7PQ

   
Email: g.amphlett@sky.com
Fixture Secretary: Dawn Roberts
70 Goldsmith Road
Blackpole
Worcester
WR4 9JP
Tel: 01905 455603
Email: dawnproberts@talktalk.net
Exec.Council Members Margaret Wilson maggiann@hotmail.co.uk
  Gareth Roberts gazzar711@gmail.com
       
The Clubs History:      
       

Barbourne Bowling Green Club was formed in 1897, originally using a rented green thought to have been at the Northwick Arms Public House in Worcester.

The Club moved to their present premises in Redcliffe Street in 1898 and became a Limited Company at that time.

Crown Green bowls was the discipline until 1936 when the green was converted to Flat and the Club became affiliated to the Association.

Ladies were admitted as Associate members in December 1938 and finally became Full members in 1998.

During the 1950’s much work was done at the Club including improving the green and player’s facilities.

Further work was carried out from 1974-1983, and improvements continue as necessary.

The Club is very active in competitions, entering teams in the Interberga, Redditch Triples and Five Rink Leagues. Individual members also take part in County & National Competitions.

The Club is very active in the closed season and many social events are organised to keep members together.

 

Updated 2017