Sutton Indoor Bowling Club has been moved into Tier 2 under Government Regulations on Satuturday 17th October.
ALL BALLOTS LEAGUES AND MATCHES ARE CANCELLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
From Saturday 17th, the clubhouse will be closed on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays until further notice.
On Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, the Club will be open for casual play from 12.00 noon each day. Play is permitted on 6 rinks for one hour sessions with members of the same household or social bubble only. This means 1 or 2 players per rink. Players may not socialise with others in the club after their session. The sessions may be booked by telephoning Gill Gawne between10.00 and 12.00 each week day.
The playing times will be as follows:-
Thursday 12.00 until 6.00 pm
Friday 12.00 until 10.00 pm
Saturday 12.00 until 10.00 pm
Sunday 12.00 until 6.00 pm
The restaurant and bar will be open at the same times
Please book your meals with George on 07557 527344. In the bar and restaurant you may only sit with people from the same household or social bubble.
Please remember that on entry you must sanitise your hands, take your temperature and put on your face covering. The only time you may remove your face covering is when you are seated in the bar or restaurant area.
Sutton Outdoor Bowling Club is currently closed.
The office can be contacted by:-
Phone: 020 8642 8136
Indoor and Outdoor Bowling Club
Sutton Bowling Club has a proud record dating back to 1928 when it opened as a men only outdoor club in Ventnor Road Sutton. The Ladies club was opened in 1975. In 1982 the club moved to its present site in Dorset Road Belmont which is only a short distance from the original premises. The club has two six rink outdoor bowling greens and a six rink indoor bowls facility with changing rooms together with a substantial bar and restaurant with dining room and extensive on site car parking. It is capable of hosting a wide range of bowling functions including County and other matches and private gatherings for members by appointment through the office.
Currently the club has about 550 indoor members and 200 outdoor members with smaller numbers for indoor summer bowling and social membership.
The club is run by the Board who operate the Company and deal with financial affairs and outside organisations on a Company wide basis. There are seven members who serve on a rotation basis for three years at a time.
Bowling matters are run by a series of committees who are responsible for organising green usage which includes matches, ballots, and competitions. They reflect the usual divisions of bowling clubs into Ladies, Men’s committees who give their joint attention to mixed matches and competitions. They are the main operating arms of the Club and do a great deal of work all year round.