Bowls Fever Grips Chiswick

Big response to Masonian Bowls Club appeal for new members

Big response to Masonian Bowls Club appeal for new members


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The Masonian Bowls Club held its first beer and bowls event last Sunday at Dukes Meadows, jugs of Pimms and soft drinks were also on offer.

37 people responded to an invitation sent to residents groups and promoted and from the buzz of conversation on the green and after in the clubhouse, had a great time. Seven new members signed up.

The club takes its name from Dan and Charles Mason who owned Cherry Blossom Boot Polish Factory and was originally based at the factory's sports ground.

It is now independent and run and managed by volunteers. Bowls is a great way to enjoy a competitive activity and to socialise in a relaxed environment whilst enjoying the outdoors.

Working with the Dukes Meadows Trust the club are planning to build a more welcoming entrance to the bowls green and to install an automatic irrigation system which will help support increased use of the green, while reducing water usage and maintenance.

Masonian Bowls Club is a successful club, its membership includes people who play for the England team and it regularly wins tournaments in the Thames Valley and Middlesex leagues.

Further events are planned and if you would like to take part you can sign up via this link Bowls Club Or you can pop into the club, which is beside the Sunday Food Market, any Sunday and chat to Andy or Tony.

The event was sponsored by Dukes Meadows Trust the community charity that works to improve and maintain the park. Masonian Bowls Club are members of the Trust.

August 28, 2016

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