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Dear members Bowls England have issued “Return to Play” guidance rules, based on the ongoing liaison with the Government bodies. Step 1 commencing 29th March Outdoor bowls can resume with restrictions to groups of 6 unless an organised match. No access to clubhouse/buildings other than for use of toilets Step 2- commencing 12th April Bowlers will be able to use changing rooms, travel to local clubs and outside catering/hospitality is permitted. Step 3 commencing 17th May Bowlers can congregate in larger numbers in an organised game and inside…

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Outdoor Competition Results 2021

COMPETITION  RESULTS                                        WINNERS                         RUNNERS UP MENS Over 60’s Open Singles 2 Woods Handicap Singles Novice Mixed Triples Open Pairs Mens Pairs LADIES 2 wood singles 4 wood singles Pairs Handicap Mary Bailey Novice    

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Short Mat Results 2020/21

COMPEITION RESULTS                                              WINNERS                            RUNNERS UP Open Singles Ladies Pairs Mens Pairs Open Pairs Mixed triples Jollow Shield Yelland Trophy Rio Trophy Birdie Comp  

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Come and play

Covid-19 – Conditions of play from 24th April To ensure we are compliant with all the current regulations we have drawn up a set of guidelines and rules, specific for Holsworthy Bowls Club and it will be mandatory for all bowlers to follow these rules. All casual games must be pre-booked with Janice Dalziel. By booking a rink time you automatically agree to abide by these rules which must be followed by all of us. If at any time the guidance changes we may be…

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SCBU Cheque Presentation 2018

On 11 October representatives of four local bowling clubs met at Bude, this year’s winners, and presented a cheque for £539 to Ian Roome of Over and Above, the fundraiser for SCBU. The unit looks after newborn babies, who need special care, from areas around each of the four clubs. The four bowling clubs, Bude, Stratton, Bradworthy and Holsworthy played each other on a home and away basis, with all monies raised being paid to The Special Care Baby Unit. Each match involved 11 players…

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