About Usavbc_about_us

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 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 where we have two teams representing the club, and several of our members make up teams that compete on different days during the week.

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? We are a friendly club with a strong social side holding many events throughout the year so why not get in touch and visit us with a view to membership.

In 2018 we started with a coffee morning in the pavilion. The opening day of bowling was on April 14th. We had an Open Day on Saturday, April 21st. This was an opportunity for an introduction to outdoor bowls and 7 new members have joined the club..

We are looking forward to hosting 2 touring teams. On Monday, July 23rd Sutton and District Bowling Association will play a mixed friendly and on Tuesday, September 4th we welcome the Sussex County Women's Team.