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The Club

Welcome to the website of Tring Bowls Club - a friendly, vibrant lawn bowls club on the outskirts of the old market town of Tring that lies at the foot of the Chiltern Hills in an area of outstanding natural beauty on the western extremity of Hertfordshire.

The Club is managed and operated on a voluntary basis by its members in a friendly and warm environment and has members of all ages from pre-teenagers to great-grandparents. Apart from its county-standard 7-rink outdoor green surrounded by high hedges in a picturesque setting, the Club's excellent facilities also include a large club-house with meeting and changing rooms, kitchen and licensed bar. The green opens from the end of April to the end of September and because of the seasonal nature of bowls, opening hours vary.

We give a warm welcome to all new members whatever your experience; and even if you've never played before but would like to give bowls a try, 'taster sessions' are freely available during the playing season.

A Tuesday afternoon roll-up

We are a mixed club and play men's, ladies' and mixed friendly and competitive matches with other clubs in Hertfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Bedfordshire and Oxfordshire. Within the Club, internal competitions for individuals and teams are played throughout the season. Roll-ups - friendly, informal bowls (pictured left and click to enlarge) - are organized on most Tuesday and Thursday afternoons and rinks are also available for roll-ups and practice on most other days.

The Club provides an attractive social environment through its active social section with various events being organized throughout the year, including an informal get-together on Friday evenings.

With no entry fee and a modest annual subscription, few other sports can match bowls in providing so much playing time and social activity for so little outlay.


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Announcements

Refresher Session 
Saturday, 22 April 2017

Click here for further details. Please note that if you wish to attend the session, you will need to add your name to the notice on the first noticeboard on the left as you enter the Clubhouse; the notice on this site is not interactive.


Open Days 2017 
Sun 7 & Sat 13 May

Click here for further details. Help from members, both on and off the green, will be gratefully received. Look for the notices which will be pinned to one of the Club's noticeboards for volunteers to sign up.


Results of Finals
17 & 18 Sept 2016

Go here to see all the results.


Social Programmme 2016-2017
Trish Hewetson, our Social Secretary, has compiled an attractive programme of events for the close season and you'll find brief details here. If you are interested in family history and need help with your research, Trish is happy to meet you at her home at a mutually convenient time; her contact details are here.
Website

Members' ideas and comments on this site are welcomed by
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Acknowledgement

Metcalfe board

We wish to acknowledge with grateful thanks the generosity of F W Metcalfe & Sons in providing this board that has greatly facilitated visitors finding our Club. Click here for Metcalfe's website.

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