NEWS

24/5

Covid update

Within the more detailed covid guidance from Bowls England is the following guidance,

"Changing rooms Changing rooms can be opened, but participants should be encouraged to avoid or minimise use where possible. Participants should socially distance whilst in changing rooms. Subject to available space, more than one household can use changing facilities at one time but they must not mix and must adhere to capacity limits set by the club. Face coverings should be worn at all times when indoors. Use of these areas for essential activity, such as provision of first aid or access to essential equipment for training and matches, is allowed. Toilet facilities can also open.

 

11/5

Updated: 10th May 2021 on Bowls England site

We are pleased to share with you the latest ‘Return to Play’ guidance ahead of the move to ‘Step 3’ on Monday 17 May.

The key changes for our sport at Step 3 are:

  • All restrictions on formats and numbers for organised activity under the jurisdiction of Bowls England will be removed.
  • Car sharing will be permitted.
  • Indoor hospitality can resume.
  • Spectators can return.

The return of sport and physical activity is vital to the physical and mental health of the nation, and we know our sport has a big role to play in providing an opportunity for outdoor activity as the lockdown restrictions ease.

 

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9TH APRIL BOWLS ENGLAND

 COVID ADVICE

We are pleased to share with you the latest ‘Return to Play’ guidance ahead of the move to ‘Step 2’ on Monday 12 April.

The key changes for our sport at Step 2 are:

  • Outdoor hospitality can open in accordance with the government guidance on hospitality settings
  • Changing rooms can be opened, but participants should be encouraged to avoid or minimise use where possible. Participants should socially distance whilst in changing rooms. Subject to available space, more than one household can use changing facilities at one time but they must not mix and must adhere to capacity limits set by the club. Face coverings should be worn at all times when indoors
  • Travel should be minimised but can take place for the purpose of sport and physical activity. Car sharing, however, is not permitted
  • Spectators are only allowed on public land, where they must adhere to social gathering limits either in groups of six or two households
  • Further flexibility has been provided with regard to playing formats and arrangements
  • Singles – Use of every rink and marker permitted if required
     Pairs – Use of every rink
     Triples – Play on alternate rinks 
    Fours – Play on alternate rinks  

PLEASE NOTE YOU CANNOT CAR SHARE FOR AWAY GAMES AND AT PRESENT YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO DO SO UNTIL 21ST JUNE

The return of sport and physical activity is vital to the physical and mental health of the nation, and we know our sport has a big role to play in providing an opportunity for outdoor activity as the lockdown restrictions ease.

The guidance we have developed below for our affiliated clubs supplements the Government guidance by covering situations specific to the sport of lawn bowls:

 

 

 FRIDAY FEBRUARY 26th 2021

      It is with great sadness that I have to inform you of the passing away of BRIAN CLARK A LONG TIME MEMBER OF BRIGG B.C and a VALUED MEMBER of the SCUNTHORPE and DISTRICT BOWLS LEAGUE MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE AND FORMER S&DBL COMPETITION SECRETARY

Sept 26th 2019

It is with great sadness that I have to tell you of the passing away of Mr Frank GrayFrank was a long serving member of Belton Bowls club from the mid 90s to around 2013 .In fact it was Frank and his wife Zena would almost single handed kept the club going througha very difficult period .Frank had been ill for number of years and has spent the last 3 years of his life in a care home .Our thoughts are with Zena and their family at this very difficult time .Funeral arrangements are as follows Monday 7th October 11.20am at Rosehill Crematorium.

 

August

I am sad to announce the death of Vic Williams who was well known in the Scunthorpe area. For funeral details click here.