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First and last time this year to wear our new club shirt in a friendly triples against Bredon. All socially distanced. ...

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little bit of action from today Lets Roll campaign. Everyone seemed to enjoy the experience. #letsroll #bowlsengland #bowls #visitbroadway #noticeboardbroadway ...

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Two or three weeks ago most of these had never bowled #bowlsengland #letsroll. #cotswolds #broadway #visitbroadway ...

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2 weeks ago

Viv Hall

live action today ...

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Again lovely to see so many people wanting to try our great sport.
Why not come yourself next saturday 10am - 12 noon all you need is flat shoes we will provide everything else. as you can see social distancing is observed at all times #bowlsengland #broadwaynoticeboard #cotswolds #willersey #sedgeberrow #letsroll
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August 100 Club Draw
££ !!Results!! ££

It's time for the August 100 club draw. Watch the clip below to find out who the lucky winners are this month.
If you would like to join the 100 club please contact Pam. Thanks again to Pam and John.
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Good to see so many people trying their hand at bowls this morning. The weather was perfect and everyone enjoyed themselves.
Why not come along next Saturday morning, 10am - 12noon, and have a go yourself? We would be very pleased to see you.
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A true great of our sport, a man who non bowlers will remember, RIP David Bryant. .Bowls England is saddened to learn of the passing of the man regarded by many as the greatest lawn bowler of all time, David J. Bryant CBE, at the age of 88.

David won five Commonwealth Games gold medals, eleven World Outdoor Bowls Championship medals and nine titles at the World Indoor Championships during an illustrious career.

He was widely recognisable as the face of bowls and was renowned for using a tobacco pipe whilst playing. He was awarded the MBE and then CBE for services to lawn bowls.

David Tucker, Bowls England Board Chair, said: “David was an icon for many decades, whose name was synonymous with our sport. He was well-respected by all who knew him. I was fortunate to compete against David on the green on many occasions, often coming on the wrong end of the scoreline, but a match against him was always a pleasure and includes many memories that I will never forget. My thoughts are with David’s family and friends at this time.”

Read the full obituary here: www.bowlsengland.com/obituary-david-j-bryant-cbe-somerset/
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Broadway Win National Title

Broadway Win National Title After 3 appearances in the final stages of the Tony Allcock Trophy over the last 3 years, Broadway Bowling Club finally got their hands on the trophy at the third time of asking. On Saturday afternoon they played Marden BC from Kent winning by 45-38. Steve Aldren scored heavily in the last 6 ends to win by 29-19 whilst John Oliver had [...]

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