Greasley Miners Welfare Bowls Club
Greasley miners welfare bowling club was formed in 1984 by welfare members John Syson. Brian Griffin, and welfare steward Cyril Chambers ,it continues to enjoy support from the Miners Welfare social club.
Our clubs AGM and annual prize giving/dinner are held at the Welfare .
We play our home matches at Coronation park Eastwood. The green is maintained by Broxtowe council. The park is open daily with a park attendant present.. The recently refurbished pavilion has male /female changing with showers toilets ,a kitchen and large seating area. The green and pavilion comply with disabled access.
The pavilion has provision for light refreshments and is a popular meeting place for players and friends.
Throughout the season we play in four Nottingham leagues,one being an afternoon trips league, and two cup competitions . We also play club knockouts culminating in a finals day. . We also have friendly matches against other clubs giving a chance to introduce new players .
The club offers coaching to beginners wanting to join the club and recently ran the Bowls England .Bowls development Alliance package .The bowls England coach can be contacted using our contact details.
The team is optimistic about the coming season and hopes to attract local talent.