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Club News: Harold Hill Bowls Club

PUBLISHED: 19:30 22 November 2013

Members of the Harold Hill Bowls Club together

Members of the Harold Hill Bowls Club together

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Publicity officer Barry Daffern talks about the Harold Hill Bowls Club.

Harold Hill Bowls Club

Where: Broxhill Centre, Broxhill Road, Romford

When: Table tennis on Sundays and Tuesdays from 10am to 12.30pm. The bowls season will commence next year

President: Doreen Goodridge

Secretary: Alan Trust

Contact: Go to www.haroldhillbowls.com and visit the contact page

“The Harold Hill Bowls Club was founded in 1995. During its 18 years, the club has been involved with matches throughout the borough, playing in the Romford and District, Brentwood and District, Clockhouse, Gidea Park and Warley Woods Leagues, as well as its own internal competitions.

“While bowling remains the main focus of the club, other activities are also enjoyed. During the winter months, the club’s table tennis sessions kick off, taking place twice a week.

“These are well attended and provide good, healthy exercise and a very enjoyable environment to meet fellow members and have some fun!

“Other activities include full-blown quiz nights, which are very popular, karaoke evenings, fun days and other social activities.

“The club also organises trips out to numerous places of interest. Top this with the fact that the park in which the club is situated is to have a multi-million revamp and you can see that our club is the place to be!

“New members are particularly welcomed at the club. Existing members are more than pleased to help and encourage new bowlers and social members alike. “So if you have ever fancied joining a club like ours, get in touch – you won’t regret it!”


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