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CLUB TO CLOSE UNDER TIER 3 RESTRICTIONS FROM 2 DECEMBER

Our Indoor Bowls Club being located in South Kesteven has along with the whole of Lincolnshire been placed in tier 3 which means by law we will remain closed from 2 December. The position will be reviewed should our tier level change however, it may not be financially viable to operate at a level other than tier1.

I would like to take this opportunity to thank all who have given their support during this challenging time for the club, not least those who have supported the club by playing or joining the club even if not playing, and those that have put in place various safety measures. As soon as we are able to reopen then we will and their work will not have been wasted. In the meantime please take care during these exceptionally challenging times.


 
Welcome to
Stamford Indoor Bowls Club's website. We hope you enjoy the content of our site and find it useful and informative.

If this is your first visit hopefully you will be able to find details on all aspects of the club. If you have any questions you can contact by email at stamfordindoorbowls@btconnect.com

Why not take up Bowls?
  • It is a good, clean and healthy sport that can be played by people of all ages and abilities.
  • The sport is played at all standards – Social, Club Match, Leagues, County, Regional, National or International level.
  • It is a sport for the whole family.
  • It is not divisive by age and males and females can compete on an equal footing.
  • The game is played in a disciplined environment with a good standard of dress, a constitution and proper rules which ensure good standards of behaviour.
  • The game is supported by a good infrastructure with coaching and umpiring being provided on a national basis.
  • It is a social game and many long lasting friendships are formed between members.
  • Clubs have a good spirit and camaraderie.

If you are not already a member you might like to look at the 'About' section which will give you a brief overview of the club and it's history.

If you are interested in  coaching take a look at our 'Coaching' section.

In the 'Membership' section you will be able to download a membership application form and find details about how to join the club and the relevant costs.

If you are a member and want to find details of your league teams position go to the 'Club Leagues - League results' section. Here you'll find all of the leagues listed together with current positions.

In the 'County Leagues' & 'Friendly Games' sections you'll find information regarding all scheduled games and up to date results of the County League games.

The 'News' section will contain regular updates on all items relating to the club and it's members. For example, you'll be able to find information regarding national competitions such as the Denny Cup , the Yetton and the Egham Trophies, news about the progress of our players in National & County competitions and any particular news regarding the club and it's members.

On the social scene look out for Race Nights, Bingo, Discos and other events under 'Social Events'


Recent News

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    Posted by Stamford Indoor Bowls
  • New teams needed for January leagues Stamford Indoor Bowls Club is hoping its members can 'hit the ground running' if the government's pre-Christmas Covid-19 restrictions are eased and scheduled for early December.Until ...
    Posted 15 Nov 2020, 01:29 by Stamford Indoor Bowls
  • Award for Fire Service charity volunteer Michele Congratulations to Stamford Indoor Bowls Club member Michele Carter, who has been recognised nationally for her charity work in raising funds for the Cambridge Fire and Rescue Service for over ...
    Posted 6 Nov 2020, 03:48 by Stamford Indoor Bowls
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