About the club
The Club wants its members to be able to play bowls in a friendly and supportive environment, enjoying first class facilities, social activities, and a strong sense of cameraderie. To meet these aims it has recently extended and refurbished the pavilion and changing rooms and is working to develop further its bowls coaching programme for members.
The Club is governed by its Constitution. (as amended at the 2018 AGM). The Club Colours are blue and yellow.
The club is affiliated to Bowls England (the National Governing Body for the sport of Flat Green Lawn Bowls in England), the Middlesex County, Harrow and District, London Parks, Chiltern and Thames and Hayes and District Bowling Associations. Members can enter competitions of these associations, either as individuals or as a member of a Club team. Information on these competitions is displayed on a Club notice board.
The Club is run by a Committee comprised of a President, Secretary, Treasurer, Fixtures Secretary, Competition Secretary, Social Secretary, Club Captain, Midweek Men’s Captain, Ladies Representative and Men’s Representative – all elected at the AGM normally held in February. The committee meets regularly throughout the year.They are supported by a Vice-Captain and a Ladies' Midweek Captain who are elected as Officers of the Club by members.
In addition, the Club elects a Green ranger who is responsible for the state of the green and the surrounds to the playing surface through liaison with our landlord, the London Borough of Hillingdon ("LBH") and their contractors, a Maintenance officer who is responsible for ensuring the the premises and grounds are kept in good condition (with the help of willing volunteers), a Welfare officer who is responsible for sending Get Well and Sympathy cards and flowers as appropriate – please ensure you know who the Welfare officer is and inform them if you know of any club member who is unwell or has passed away.
The Club also has several Qualified Coaches and an assigned Child Protection Officer.
Follow this link for a brief history of the club