Redbourn Bowls Club was founded in 2005. Our wonderful little club has in the region of 50 members and we are an enormously happy and friendly club and often achieve great results against more experienced teams and we have put up many a good fight against other teams who play on grass. Our all weather surface can challenge the best of them and here we mostly hold our own!
We play regularly through the summer months from April until October with home and away games. We sometimes travel as far as Chesham and play against clubs in Luton, Hemel Hempstead, Houghton Regis and Dunstable. On weekend matches we have a buffet supper after the match and enjoy a drink and “a bit of banter”.
Members also take part in inter-club competitions in which we compete for ladies’ and men’s singles and doubles as well as mixed pairs and other combinations. We have a presentation dinner where the trophies are presented and this is always an enjoyable evening. On top of all this we hold social events such as quiz nights, music hall nights and other exciting events. We are always pleased to meet new members and have a BDA qualified Bowls England Coach to assist with the "finer points" of our sport.
Regular roll-ups are run on Monday and Friday mornings at 10.00 - all are welcome, a casual bowls fee of £3.20 is payable to the Leisure Centre for non members. We also run weekend family bowls days once a month and special invitation days for local groups (e.g.Guides, Scouts, Youth cubs).
A full 2019 season of fixtures has now been scheduled - see the fixtures page.
Redbourn Bowls Club
- Redbourn Leisure Centre
From the North
To reach us enter Redbourn from the A5183 from the North (M1 Junction 9 / Dunstable) coming into the village at the northern end of the High Street via Redbourn Lane. At the top of the High Street continue north up the Dunstable Road for 1/2 a mile, the recreation centre is on the left, the bowls green is on the right adjacent to the centre.
From the South
To reach us enter Redbourn from the A5183 (St. Albans). Pass under the bridge and drive up the High Street in a Northerly direction. At the top of the High Street continue north up the Dunstable Road for 1/2 a mile, the recreation centre is on the left, the bowls green is on the right adjacent to the centre.