DENNIS RICHARDSON FUNERAL DETAILS

DENNIS RICHARDSON FUNERAL DETAILS

Den’s funeral is at Radcliffe Crematorium on Tuesday 29th December at 12:30pm. Due to the current restrictions/rules, attendance is by invitation only. However, the family have arranged a streaming option for friends to use. If you would like the access details...
DENNIS RICHARDSON FUNERAL DETAILS

DENNIS RICHARDSON

Dennis Richardson passed away yesterday after a long illness. We send our heartfelt condolences to Dot and all her family at this very sad time. Dennis was a long term supportive member of our club. Latterly, he was a regular member of our Bowling Vets team and a...
BOWLING COMPETITIONS THIS SUNDAY

BOWLING COMPETITIONS THIS SUNDAY

At last we are able to hold domestic competitions! Next Sunday we will be holding the Ladies’ Presidents Singles Merit and the Mens’ Sylvester Singles Merit which had to be postponed. It Irene’s last year as President and she has very kindly offered to donate prizes...
MESSAGE FROM OUR PRESIDENT

MESSAGE FROM OUR PRESIDENT

Dear all, Firstly I hope everyone has survived these awful past months and are slowly starting to get back to something like normality. It’s been such a strange and unprecedented time, what with the extreme measures taken, of everything we know and took for...
THE BOWLS SECTION: STILL ON A ROLL……

THE BOWLS SECTION: STILL ON A ROLL……

In the second part of our lookback into the history of the bowls section, we pick out 10 landmark and notable moments which culminated in 2014 with the celebration of its 100th anniversary: A proposal was put before the bowling AGM in 1922 to allow ladies to bowl...
HOW THE BOWLS SECTION GOT UP AND RUNNING

HOW THE BOWLS SECTION GOT UP AND RUNNING

Today, we are looking back on the origins of the club’s bowling section. The green formally opened on August 4th, 1914, the day World War One broke out. The ceremony was performed by Mr Fred Kershaw, the founder of the green, and Rev Cooper, from St Mary’s...