Walkington Bowling Club
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.
Funds for subsequent work to build the original clubhouse and two further extensions were raised through the Playing Field committee and the Bowling Club committee.
More recently, new equipment stores have been installed and the upper sections of the concrete driveway have been relaid to improve access to the main car-parking area.
We have one of the best greens in the County, which was recognised in 2017 by the club being selected to host the final rounds of some Yorkshire competions.
This year, 2018, the fees are £68 per playing member.
Chairman: Gavin Maynard (01964 551010)
Secretary: George Southern ((01482 868704)
Ladies Social Committee Chairman: Christine Elston (01482 860336)
The club is always happy to welcome prospective new members. Contact any of the officials
listed above, they will be happy to arrange a trial session for you. All you need bring is a pair
of flat shoes!
Monday and Thursday afternoons unless the green is needed for outside competitions.
(See Roy Morley Trophy notice, below)
Please arrive before 1.45 so that play can start promptly at 2pm.
The Roy Morley Trophy
Awarded to the most regular attendees (man and lady) at the weekly Social Bowling
afternoons throughout the season. Normally on Mondays, there may be occasions
when it needs to be switched to Thursdays due to the green being needed for external competitions. Maximum possible notice will be given if this happens, via clubhouse notice
boards and this site.
2018 Season Dates for your diary
Tues 16 October Time 7.00 for 7.30pm Annual Dinner & Presentation Evening
Fri 23 November 2.00pm AGM in the Club House (Note change of venue and time)
Sun 2 December Christmas Cheer at St Mary's Manor, Beverley, time 11.00-12.30
In addition to pre-advertised dates there are several 'Roll-up with sausage-roll supper' evenings on Saturdays throughout the season.