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The green is open April to October but the clubhouse, bar and the brand new kitchen is available all year round. Great sound 85 watt wireless music system. Large car park.

About us

We are near Hampstead Heath below Kenwood and enjoy the most beautiful location. When playing you feel transported to somewhere in the English countryside.

Join us

We welcome new and experienced bowlers alike. Joining is easy. Fill in the application form and please email a scan to this NLBC email or post it.

Find us

The green will be open from mid April 2018 to the end of September 2018, but the clubhouse, bar and kitchen is potentially available all year round.

Congratulations to all trophy winners

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Taylor Bowls International Charity Challenge

This year sees the 12th Taylor Bowls International Charity Challenge taking place at Scarborough Indoor Bowls Centre on Saturday 6th April from 12pm –5pm.

Since its inception the players have raised over £55,000 for charity. The current charity they are raising for is Spina Bifida Hydrocephalus Scotland.

The majority of the teams are made up from club players from all over the UK. Anyone is welcome to play in the game although it was decided that players who played last year gets 1st chance this year.

Those interested should look up The Taylor Bowls International Charity Challenge on Facebook and request to join the group. The Just Giving page for the 2019 event is
www.justgiving.com/fundraising/2019thomastaylorinternationalcharitychallengeandbowlathon

The current total for this year stands at £2,519.50! Spectators are most welcome. There is no entry fee and food is available all day. There is a raffle too with lots of great prizes!
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Keep away from your bowls2019/20 SOUTH SHIELDS VIPERS

We like to think of ourselves as a forward thinking club and are under no illusions that the sport has seen decreased numbers over the years and are always looking at ways of attracting new members to not only bowl but to also use the facilities within the club.

Over recent years we have relaxed a lot of rules that are synonymous with the public's image of what bowls is about. There is no longer a need to play in white shirts and grey trousers for leagues. We encourage coloured manufactured shirts and black trousers for games and we want the public to come in and try our great sport so please feel free to wear what you like as long as you are comfortable. (We draw the line at mankinis however) Coloured bowls manufactured shoes can also be worn.

2 years ago we introduced our red and yellow shirts that were designed to get the club noticed and I am quite confident in saying we achieved our objective. Love them or hate them we don't mind one bit because we just love the fact that people are talking about South Shields IBC and now recognise us whenever we compete.

With all of the above in mind we have discussed taking the club another step forward and after clarification with the EIBA and a vote within the club we will be rebranding and our teams will be known as the SOUTH SHIELDS VIPERS as of 2019/20 season and all clothing and merchandise will now sport the Vipers name/logo. (Please note the Vipers image shown is for this post and the designs etc have still not been finalised)

To encourage the local schools to research our sport and see what the club is about we will also be running a competition for school pupils to design our new badge with the winner getting a prize and the schools getting a visit to the centre for a special day.

We believe we are the first club in England to do this and it will be very interesting to see if others follow. We are big supporters of the Australian blueprint of how they run and brand their clubs and believe we need to provide a new outlook within the sport to change the negative image from all those not involved.

We look forward to seeing everyone next indoor season as the Vipers and wish everyone success.
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Well done to all the bowlers who reached the 2018 finals

Ladies Championship (21 shots)
Lisa Hamby,  Brenda (marker)   Brigitte Ascher
Winner Lisa

 Ladies Championship

Ladies Championship (21 shots)

Lisa Hamby v

Brigitte Ascher

Brenda Maycox (marker)

Winner Lisa

Centenary (21 shots)
Toby Clark, Rod Allen (marker) John O’Flynn.
Winner John.

Centenary

Centenary (21 shots)

Toby Clark v

John O’Flynn 

Rod Allen (marker)

Winner John.    

Newbies Singles Philip Mills v Jason Field  Marker – Alan Miller. winner Jason

Newbies Singles

Newbies Singles

Philip Mills v

Jason Field 

Marker – Alan Miller.

winner Jason

junior Bren-Mick

Junior Singles

Junior Singles (21 shots)

Mick O’Doherty v

Brendon Wall 

Dave Earley (marker)  

Winner Brendon

Ladies Pairs (21 ends)
Cynthia Allen/Jean Hughes v Veronica Peck/Lisa Hamby.
Winners Lisa & Veronica

Ladies Pairs

Ladies Pairs (21 ends)

Cynthia Allen/Jean Hughes v

Veronica Peck/Lisa Hamby.

Winners Lisa & Veronica    

Men’s Pairs Duncan Burbidge/Terry Bissell v Phil Jackman/Dave Earley. Winners Duncan & Terry

Men’s Pairs

Men’s Pairs

Duncan Burbidge/Terry Bissell v

Phil Jackman/Dave Earley.

Winners Duncan & Terry

Men’s Handicap
Duncan Burbidge, Aaron Wallis (marker) Vic Flack      
Winner Duncan

Men’s Handicap

Men’s Handicap

Duncan Burbidge v

Vic Flack  

Aaron Wallis (marker)    

Winner Duncan    

Ladies Handicap

Ladies Handicap

Ladies Handicap

Lisa Hamby v

Wanda Grzegorczyk 

Marker – Brenda Maycox

Men’s Championship John O’Flynn v Duncan Burbidge  Marker – Dave Guyver Winner Duncan

Men’s Championship

Men’s Championship (21 shots)

John O’Flynn v

Duncan Burbidge 

Marker – Dave Guyver

Winner Duncan

Ladies Two Woods (21 ends)
Betty Schiavi, Brigitta Asher (marker) Julia Leakey  
Winner Betty

Ladies Two Woods

Ladies Two Woods (21 ends)

Betty Schiavi v

Julia Leakey  

Brigitta Asher (marker)

Winner Betty     

Men’s Two Woods Aaron Wallis v John O’Flynn  Marker – Dave Guyver, winner John

Men’s Two Woods

Men’s Two Woods

Aaron Wallis v

John O’Flynn 

Marker – Dave Guyver

winner John

Mixed Pairs Cynthia Allen/Willem Van Gogh v Lisa Hamby/Rod Allen, winners Lisa & Rod

Mixed Pairs

Mixed Pairs (21 ends)

Cynthia Allen/Willem Van Gogh v

Lisa Hamby/Rod Allen,

winners Lisa & Rod

Umpire – Tony Kerpel

Tony Kerple MBE. Finals Day Umpire. President 2007 - 2015

Lisa Hamby  

Duncan Burbidge 

John O’Flynn 

Cynthia Allen 

Brigitte Ascher

Brendon Wall 

Mick O’Doherty

Vic Flack

Betty Schiavi

Aaron Wallis

Philip Mills

Jason Field

Terry Bissell

Phil Jackman

Dave Earley

Willem Van Gogh

Rod Allen

Julia Leakey

Toby Clark

Jean Hughes

Veronica Peck

Wanda Grzegorczyk

Watch Dave Earleys amazing shot

 

Lawn bowls has given people of all ages the opportunity to exercise both indoor and outdoor in a social or competitive environment coupled with the physical exercise aspect that medically has proven to give longer life. Lifting, bending, walking and, in some cases, sprinting down the green to the rapturous applause of team  mates, friends and in some instances thousands of spectators

 

gives both the body and mind a euphoric experience that few sports can offer over a life time. Many families have introduced their children to lawn bowls at a tender age. What other sport is there that can have 3 generations of one family play together and experience each others company for hours and feeling bonded to one common goal.

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Apply for membership now.

New members fee is £85 to the start of 2020. Thereafter, the annual membership fee is £145. The bowling season runs from April  until October. Club open all year for social activities and special events.

Try bowling

Membership limited, apply now!

 

New members, experienced players or novices alike, are welcome to join.

Do you enjoy outdoor activities?
Do you like being out in the sunshine?
Do you like to stroll in a park in the summer?
Do you need some exercise?
Do you want to have FUN while getting some exercise outside?
If you answered yes, then we know you will love LAWN BOWLING!

 

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All Welcome

* Try your hand at lawn bowls at one of London's loveliest clubs
* Equipment will be provided
* Free car parking
* No dress code
* Please wear flat soled shoes

 
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