Welcome to Attenborough Village Bowls Club

Welcome to the Attenborough Village Bowls Club Website. From here you can find out more details about the club, its history and also any upcoming fixtures.The photo was taken in August and shows many of the club members after the trips competition. On the same day the club said farewell to Walter Johnson, one of the club's long-standing members.


Competitions and Tournaments

Thea Reid Competition May 19th 2018 24 players entered in 6 teams which played their first 2 games. Teams A J. Hubberstey, P. Hubberstey, M. West, D. BucknallB B. Shearstone, J. Stratford, R. Shearstone, C. FirbankC L. Isherwood, J. Mozley, C. Brown, R. IsherwoodD J. Hailwood, D. Tebbutt, J. Barrett, B. GriffithsE P. Hill, D. Gilbert, R. Guyler, B. SimmonsF D. Slee, M. Hill, C. McClorry, A. Brooks ResultsA v B 2 18 - 20, C v D 9 - 17, E v F 14 - 27A v C 14 - 14, B v E 22 - 11, D v F 7 - 20 Team P W L D F A P F 2 2 0 0 47 21 4 B 2 2 0 0 42 29 4 D 2 1 1 0 24 29 2 A 2 0 1 1 32 34 1 C 2 0 1 1 23 31 1 E 2 0 2 0 25 49 0 The third and fourth games will be played on June 16th


Where to find us

How to find us: The bowling green is situated close to Attenborough Nature Reserve. From the A6005 Nottingham to Long Eaton Road turn at traffic lights into Attenborough Lane, drive past Attenborough station and continue to The Strand. Go past the Village Green with the cricket and football grounds and you will find the bowls club at the end of The Strand.    


Attenborough Bowls Club

It has been said that our venue on the edge of the Attenborough Nature Reserve is one of the most picturesque in the County. First founded in 1908 Attenborough Village Bowls Club was reformed in 1981 and in 1991 moved to the present site on the outskirts of Nottingham, about halfway between Beeston and Long Eaton.

During 2012 the local River Trent Flood Alleviation Scheme was installed, which means that a new bowling green has been laid. This was opened by the Mayor of Broxtowe, Coun. Margaret Handley on Saturday, April 20th 2013. Members also did work on the pavilion so providing a bigger space for teas and social occasions.

In the summer we play a combination of Bowls Nottinghamshire League, friendlies and social bowls with internal competitions and tournaments.
In the winter we play indoors at the local Erewash Indoor Bowls Club - www.eibc.co.uk - where we have two teams representing the club, and several of our members make up teams that compete on different days during the week.

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Whether you are a beginner, an improver or an experienced player wanting to play at a good standard, or somewhere in between, why not get in touch and visit us with a view to membership? We are a friendly club with a strong social side holding many events throughout the year.