|BT takes MK, GW|
|CB takes TF, GS|
|BB takes TB, PK|
|JB takes SP, DF|
This week is national volunteer week and our Club wouldn’t exist without them. Every time you play Bowls, enjoy tea and cake at the Club, go to a social, read our Gazette article, see a poster, walk through a clean Clubhouse, drink in the Bowlers Arms or anything else related to our Club, it’s because of our wonderful volunteers. Thank you everyone.
Read our article on page 64 by clicking here, or you can pick up a copy in lots of places across Purbeck.
The Club has an article every month where we give a summary of matches and let people know about Club events. Make sure you have a look.
We look forward to welcoming people to our Club to try out the game of bowls.
Our President’s Coffee Morning on 5th April was a great success. Along with opportunities to rejoin, buy new uniform or even a plant or two, a raffle raised over £100 with the top prize of a wonderful cake made by Kath Senior. The event raised £290 for the President’s 2018 charity; the Wareham and Purbeck Multiple Sclerosis Society.
Our Opening Day took place on Saturday 7th April, with a game in the morning followed by fish and chips. After an initial rain shower, the sun came out and welcomed in the new season.
The 2 events raised over £400 for our Charity.
Are you feeling ready for competition and the winning of trophies? Please enter the club Competitions. You’ll have great fun!
If you haven’t received a club competition entry form, please contact Barrie Tatman.
At present there are sign-up sheets on the notice board for OPENING DAY & meal (if required), PELHAMS friendly (MEN) and our away trip to SIDMOUTH. If you signed up for the Sidmouth trip by email, please tick your names to confirm, if not add your name.
This month’s Purbeck Gazette is available online by clicking here, or pick up a copy in many local shops. Our report is in the sports section on page 68, but as ever, take time to read this great local magazine.
The 2018 Swanage Mixed Triples Competition will again be held at 14.00hrs. on Thursday afternoons through the summer.
This is a fun competition suitable for all playing members of the club and is played over 16 ends with a tea break after 8 ends.
Dress code this year will be casual with flat soled bowling shoes.
Our latest report in the Purbeck Gazette gives updates on some of our Club members taking part in indoor bowls. Click HERE and scroll to page 68. Don’t forget to read the rest of the Gazette though!