15 04, 2024

April and Russell get married

April and Russell celebrated their wedding day in the North London Bowling Club. Many guests from around the world joined them for drinks and Mexican food to complete a day that had started in Lauderdale House and was followed by afternoon tea on a double decker bus. If you are [...]

28 03, 2024

Entrance make-over

Next time you come to the club, please admire the spruced-up sign that crowns the entrance gate posts. The person standing underneath is Simon who did the sprucing up. He has also been asked to build a brand-new winners' board for the mixed pairs competition.      

23 01, 2024

Presentation supper January 2024

At the recent presentation supper, the winners and runners-up of the 2023 club competitions were presented with their prizes. Thank you to all the members who helped set up the event - from organising the food, the tables, the engraving of the winner's names, the bar, the raffle prizes, the [...]

9 12, 2023

Bowls & whiskers

The piece on Jack the cat (or should it be Rinks, the cat?) has been published in 'Your Cat', December 2023, apparently the very last ever edition. The magazine ends on a high! Thanks to text by Tony Kerpel and photos by Julia Leakey.

10 10, 2023

NLBC activities during closed season

Regular weekly events 14:00 Monday - table tennis - contact Alan Miller 07730 298678 zoogle8@gmail.com 13:30 Tuesday - mahjong - contact Brenda 07766 232272 brenda.maycox@btinternet.com 10:30 Wednesday - gardening - lots more helpers needed, no experience required - contact Geraldine 07505 567565 geraldineflynn8@gmail.com 14:00 Wednesday - bridge - contact Veronica 07812 685809 Veronicapeck@mac.com 14:00 [...]

2 06, 2023

All whites in the sun

A busy and sunny final May bank holiday just gone. North London enoying the usual bank holiday pairs. They were turned into triples because so many keen bowlers turned up. In total, there were some 40 bowlers on the green!    

23 05, 2023

Guess the nationality …

A selection of ROW players last weekend, but unfortunately the Irish stayed at home. The fun match was reorganised to play men against women. No guesses which team won!    

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