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Withdrawal Symptoms

By Peter Jones, Club Secretary SOMERTON & DISTRICT BOWLS CLUB

Sunday, 29 March 2020

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To anyone suffering withdrawal symptoms from Bowling, the following initiative from Bowls England may serve as some vestige of relief.

SIGN UP FOR NEWS, CHAT, KEEP FIT AND CLASSIC MATCHES

Bowls England is committed to keeping our members fully informed, particularly during this period of isolation.

We will be issuing regular updates via our e-newsletter - to subscribe and receive all of the latest news straight to your inbox, simply visit the Bowls England website www.bowlsengland.com and add your email address to the relevant area at the bottom of the homepage.

We will shortly be launching our official Bowls England Podcast ‘The Extra End’, with Bowls International editor Sian Honnor chatting to our Chief Executive Tony Allcock OBE in episode one.

We are also in the process of providing a ‘Keep Fit’ guide advising all members of appropriate ways to stay healthy in the comfort of your own home.

Support will be provided for all clubs, as well as opportunities to enjoy your time at home with some bowls-related quizzes and some classic matches from yesteryear.

Contact Information

Peter Jones, Club Secretary

Find SOMERTON & DISTRICT BOWLS CLUB

Somerton & District Bowls Club, Gassons Lane, Somerton, Somerset, TA116HS

DIRECTIONS

Additional Information

There is a Car Park at the main Somerton Sports Club. Follow footpath around main building past Tennis Club on left and continue for 100yards to find concealed main entrance to Bowls Club.