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Market Bosworth Bowls Club

Aspect Magazine: June 2018 Issue: Article by David Linney:

By Kevin McLaughlin Market Bosworth Bowls Club

Thursday, 31 May 2018

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              MARKET BOSWORTH BOWLING CLUB

The Bowling season is now in full swing with the Monday morning green maintenance team hard at work, or at least watching others, cutting and scarifying the green. Members Mick Hill, Chris Massie, John Sutton, Mel Tuckwell, Mick Jones and Derrick Wain seen earning a well deserve coffee in the sun. The weather has been a real test this year but the green is now finally looking, and more importantly, playing as it should. So much hard work deserves some reward.

The various teams are fully involved in league competitions, cups and county competitions, all we need now is continuing good weather

   Away from bowling as such, plans for a cupola and clock mounted on the clubhouse roof are in the final stages and are going through the planning permission procedure. This should be a great addition to the ambience of the club and surrounding area and has been financed by fundraising by members, a generous grant by the Parish Council and topped up by member Jeanette Smith in memory of her late father Martin Jones who was a long serving member of the club. We hope to have it in place prior to the Bosworth in Bloom judging day.

The club’s entry into The Scarecrow Trail is also progressing, with Tricia Tams furiously knitting away and ably assisted by Chris Massie who will be fronting cream teas in the clubhouse on the Sunday.  

This article,written by David Linney, was published on Page 35 of the Aspect Magazine: June 2018 Issue.

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Chris Massie

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Rectory Lane, Market Bosworth, Nuneaton, Leicestershire, CV13 0LS

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There is no car park at the club, but you can park on the road( usually busy!) or down a road opposite the club. there is also a small pay and display car park on the right just past the club