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Bidbury Mead, Bedhampton, PO9 3JG

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Winter Update

Over halfway through the winter season and not too many lost bowling days due to the weather. A couple of frozen days when it was like bowling on glass, and also a couple when you had to plough through standing water. All good fun but not so […]

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2014/15 Winter Bowling

Bedhampton Bowling Club’s winter bowling season commences on the 1st October 2014, with the first organised roll up on that Wednesday, in the morning. Those wishing to participate must be signed in by 9.45 am at the latest. For those who were winter members last year, renewal […]

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Halfway Through the Season

Here we are with July upon us. Mixed fortunes with regards to teams. The men’s first team is still managing to hold onto the top spot in division three, whilst the second team is now climbing up their division. Both triples teams are maintaining positions in the […]

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2014 Season is Under Way

A month now into the bowling season, although having the all weather green means we never really stop playing. Three matches rained off in the first week – we only lost four of our organised winter roll-ups during the October to March period! With both the ladies […]

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Spring’s around the Corner

Into February and still very little really cold weather. Despite one of the wettest winters on record and incessant gales, there have only been a few days totally rained off. The roll-ups have, and continue to be well supported. Similarly, the winter pairs competition is progressing well with the final […]

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Winter Bowling Update

Six weeks into the winter bowling season and the first frost on the green, but only a light one. The winter membership has more than doubled that of last year, with good attendances despite some wet weather – only three lost days. Whilst winter membership applications are still […]

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From Winter to Summer Season?

The Snow Leopards (our hardy bunch of winter bowlers) disbanded at the end of March when the summer season should have started, although this first week has seen any bowlers venturing onto the green still trying to avoid frostbite! The winter session, although it did not start until […]

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