Phear Park gearing up for the 2018 season

PUBLISHED: 14:26 04 April 2018 | UPDATED: 14:26 04 April 2018

Bowls. Ref exsp 25-16SH 9103. Picture: Simon Horn.

Bowls. Ref exsp 25-16SH 9103. Picture: Simon Horn.


The Phear Park Bowls Club is gearing up for the start of the 2018 season and looking forward to welcoming back members, and indeed saying a warm ‘hello’ to new folk who might be keen to join a local – and friendly – bowls club, writes David Evans.

What are you planning for this summer? Perhaps some gardening? Maybe your thing is sequence dancing, or possibly you simply enjoy exploring glorious Devon?

Well, please do give thought to considering enjoying social afternoons in the fresh air at Phear Park Bowling Club. Everyone, of all ages, is most welcome at the club, and, if you have never played bowls before then, at 2.30pm each Friday, the club will be open when a member will be able to help you with basic tuition free of charge.

You will probably find that the sport of bowls really is very addictive and, should you take it up, will become a healthy part of your life and you will make many friends. All you need to do to take advantage of the free sessions on a Friday is take along some flat-soled shoes – the club provides the woods.

The new season opens early this year, with the opening day being Saturday, April 14, when there will be a coffee available and a chance to have a try on the green. The clubhouse will be open from 10am for registration and enquiries. Rest assured that a warm welcome awaits.

For more information, please call the club secretary, John Robins, on 01395 275211.

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