News & Events
BOWLS’ BIG WEEKEND
On Sunday 30 and Monday 31 May (the late May Bank Holiday), the Club held its open days coinciding with Bowls England “BOWLS’ BIG WEEKEND“.
Bush Hill Bowls of Enfield, who stock indoor and outdoor lawn bowls and everything else you need to play the game – clothing, shoes, chalk sprays and accessories, who also sponsored the event, were there over the two days with a selection of their wares on sale.
The event was a huge success and will absolutely be repeated next year if not before.
Below is the flyer used to promote the event and which was distributed door-to-door in and around the area of the club.
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