Ledbury Bowling Club


                    The following social events have been arranged:- 

               CHRISTMAS PARTY   


Open to all club members, social members, friends and families.

Cost £2.50 Adults £1.00 Children.

EVENING ENTERTAINMENT STARTS AT 7.30pm. Consisting of following fun !

Christmas themed picture and word quiz, ongoing throughout the evening. Christmas General Knowledge quiz, prizes to be won !!

Charades, is it a Film, Book, TV. ? fun and laughter.

Cheese Supper, Variety of different Cheeses, Crusty Bread, Pate and lots of Mince Pies.

Followed by our rendition of Christmas Carols

Please notify Keith on 01531 640887 / Martin on 01531 633898 with numbers if attending, to help with catering requirements.




Friday 8th December 2017 BINGO

Friday 15th December 2017 Christmas Party

Friday 12th January 2018 BINGO

Wednesday 24th January 2018 Games Night (Scrabble,Whist etc)

Friday 9th February 2018 BINGO

Wednesday 21st February 2018 RACE NIGHT Place your bets !!

Friday 9th March 2018 BINGO

Wednesday 21st March 2018 GRAND QUIZ NIGHT

Note :- the Committee have selected a Wednesday evening for some of these events in the attempt to get more participation, the committee also asks members for more ideas for social functions.

Just let a committee member know your wishes and ideas.


                          Regional Winners for the West Region - Bowls England Club of the Year - 2013 

On 16 September, Ledbury Bowling Club was announced as a regional winner in the Club of the Year Competition.   Each regional winner will receive two sets of Drakes Pride bowls, £50 cash and a framed certificate. The Bowls England Statement is as follows:-

The four Regional Winners now form the final shortlist from which the overall winner will be selected, whose total prize will include £250, four sets of Drakes Pride bowls, the Tony Allcock Trophy (to be kept for one year), a badge for each club member and a match against a visiting Bowls England President’s Team in 2014.  Tony Allcock MBE, Chief Executive of Bowls England, said: “The standard and number of entries was exceptional this year, but these four clubs each stood out within their area for the work they are doing to promote the sport of bowls within their local area and increase membership. I am sure the judging panel will face a tough job in determining the overall winner.”        www.bowlsengland.com