Back Lane, Burton Pidsea, HU12 9AN
A friendly group, playing either competitive or social bowling. No experience needed as coaching will be given. Please wear flat soled shoes. Will need to purchase equipment eventually but these can be loaned initially. The group has lots of social e ...
Hornsea Bowls Club, Hornsea, HU18 1EL
The Hornsea Bowling Club was formed in 1911 and is an outdoor flat green bowls club situated on the northern outskirts of Hornsea just off the Atwick Road. It is located behind the Indoor Bowls Club building and there is adequate car parking at both ...
Rear of White Horse Inn, Hutton Cranswick, YO25 9QN
Bowling is a lovely pastime which combines healthy exercise with a chance to make new friends or simply chat to old ones. New members young and old are always welcome at the club so if you fancy 'having a go' please get in contact - you will be very ...
Miles Lane,, Leconfield, HU17 7NW
Bowls club that has sessions every Monday at Leconfield Recreation Club, please contact the club for more information
39 Front St,, Driffield, YO25 9UP
Indoor and outdoor bowls club for adults competing in three leagues, Triples League, Aussie Pairs and Evening Pairs.
32 Station Road, Rawcliffe, DN14 8QR
Any member of the community who wishes to play or learn to play the game of Petanque
Land South Of North View, Shiptonthorpe, YO43 3PB
This outdoor bowls club is open through the summer months for members. They enjoy social and league bowls, contact for more details
Stewart Bowling Club, Pocklington, YO42 2QE
Bowling club for adults in the Pocklington area. Great to socialize with other bowlers and have some fun.
Kemp Road, Swanland, HU14 3LT
If you are looking for a summer pastime - not too energetic but with some relaxing outdoor exercise. Why not play BOWLS!
The Club is situated next to the pond and is always looking to recruit bowlers, both experienced and novices.
There are various ...
Behind the Village Pond, Walkington, HU17 8SB
Walkington Bowling Club was formed on 31 January 1977 on land leased from the Sherwood Charity.Funds to complete the laying of the green were provided by the Playing Field committee. In 1977 the annual fees to play bowls were £6 per person.