We are a small friendly club just off the London Road, to the rear of the Pippin public house, who are actively involved with the club.
We welcome both ladies and men from all walks of life and backgrounds and would particularly encourage younger members of the community to join our club. Whether you are experienced, a complete beginner, serious bowler or just wish to partake in friendly roll ups in pleasant surroundings with good company, you are assured of a warm welcome.
WESTBOROUGH BOWLS CLUB, which is situated in Allington,was first established in 1925, although in 1925 the club was known as the Cherry Orchard Bowls Club. The bowling green was in Cherry Orchard in Maidstone. When war broke out in 1939, bowling ceased for the duration of the war and the bowling green was dug up to provide allotments After the war  members of the original club got back together to re-form the club once more, however, as their original green was now allotments, they had nowhere to bowl. To find out more click on History
You can find Westborough Bowls Club to the rear of the Pippin 78 London Road Maidstone ME16 0DR
100 Club Winners
2018 Season starts in May
New Members: 1st Year subscription FREE
Annual Subscription: £70.00
Green fees £2.00
Social Membership : £5.00
100 Club Note for 2018season:Monthly draws will start in May and end in October, namely six draws. Numbers cost £6 to purchase equal to £1 per month. Click HERE to see what number are still available.
20th April: Electric fence has been taken down. Club house has been spring cleaned. Green has been cut and it is looking very good. Still quite a few jobs to complete before the start of season.
Who can play Bowls ?
Many of us think of lawn bowling as an older persons pastime – well there are many senior members but, bowling is a sport which can be enjoyed by all regardless of age or ability or sex. If you watch the various competitions shown on the TV – you will see a varying range of ages taking part.Bowls or lawn bowls is a sport in which the objective is to roll biased balls so that they stop close to a smaller ball called a "jack" or "kitty". It is played on a bowling green which may be flat or convex or uneven.
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