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The funeral of Derek Hart will take place on Friday 3rd November at Hereford Crematorium at 3.45pm. refreshments will be at Llandrindod Wells bowling club afterwards
20th October – Sadly Derek Hart  passed away.

Winners of the Welsh Senior Fours – Paul Watkins, Dai Sims, Brian Jones & Ken Price.
Ashley Morris & Sam Roff have both made the Welsh Bowling Association Squad for 2018-2019, the 2019 international team will be finalised after the season ends

The results of the Mid Wales Men’s County Finals are as follows;

Under 18’s – Nathan Cole Llandrindod

Under 25’s – Edward Jelfs Llandrindod

Open Singles – Luke Harwood Llandrindod

Open Triples – William Lister, Geoff O’Keefe, Gareth James Presteigne

Open Rink – Edward Jelfs, Kevin Stephens, Sam Roff, Luke Harwood Llandrindod

Open Pairs – David Weale and Robert Weale Presteigne

Over 60’s Singles – Ken Price Llandrindod

Over 60’s Pairs – David Stephens & Tom Evans Llandrindod

Over 60’s Triples – Brian Jones, Tom Evans, Ken Price Llandrindod

Over 60’s Rink – Paul Watkins, David Sims, Brian Jones, Ken Price Llandrindod

Well done to all the winners 🎉 Good Luck to everyone in the National Finals which will be held at Llandrindod Wells starting Friday 10th August 2018

Do you Bank Online? Well now you can pay for your season ticket (Green Fees) Adult £55 Junior £22 through your online bank account. Pay online for 2018 Season Ticket

Llandrindod Wells Bowling Club would like to give a Warm welcome to Quest Catering, who were successful in the being awarded the franchise for our catering for this coming season.
Quest Catering is a family run business who strive to deliver the highest quality of food with an excellent service.
The family are already familiar faces down the clubhouse, within Kevin being a member for many years.

We would like to wish Kevin, Caroline, Nia, Beth and Ffion all the best for the coming season and we look forward to eating with you.


Commonwelath Games 2018
Congratulations to Jess Sims who has been selected to be part of Team Wales at the Commonwealth Games 2018 in Australia.