Marlow Bowls Club


 
 
 
 
If there were nothing better to do than play bowls all day long would you want for anything more than that? A question that indeed Sir Francis Drake pondered over before one of his bigger battles!
 
However, such questions take on slightly less significance in these modern times, but the game of bowls itself plays an equally big part in the infrastructure of the local community and that is certainly the case in Marlow. So we welcome you to the Marlow Bowls Club and hope that in time you will visit our quaint little ground as pictured above with the church steeple in the background and become enthralled by the lure of the game.

Marlow is famous for its outdoor bowling season which commences mid-April through the summer until mid-September, and the idyllic setting is a treat for long established and new bowlers alike. Once the summer has passed then the extremely popular short-mat bowling season begins, as the superbly equipped clubhouse becomes haven for a winter session of indoor bowling.

Marlow Bowls Club is a marvelous venue at which both men and women can participate at all levels of bowling ability and does encompass all age groups, so if you want to get involved with the bowls club phone or email us and we will return your interest.
 
Marlow Bowls Club is next to Higginson Park. The entrance to the club is tucked away in the left hand corner of the car park in Pound Lane
 
Club Secretary – Peter 01628 476 835
John 01628 484 778
 
More information can be found at www.marlowbowls.co.uk



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