Since 1986, the Long Ashton Bowling Club has enjoyed playing flat green bowls on our grounds and has established a thriving community because of its welcoming and friendly members.
The Long Ashton Bowling Club is a mixed club meaning both men and woman can be members, and they have opportunities for players of all levels from beginners to advanced.
The club has a qualified coach who offers coaching sessions and individual tuition.
Their summer activities include club nights, social bowling, friendly, league matches and competitions.
During the winter, the club offers weekly Short Mat Bowling sessions plus a monthly programme of social events organised by the members.
The Jubilee Pavilion is home to the Bowling Club, offers a spacious lounge, licensed bar and well-equipped kitchen.
The spacious patio, partly covered with an awning, is an ideal place to sit and watch, plus there is full disabled access to the green and Pavilion.
Our excellent bowling green is professionally maintained, and after many years of nurturing, it has been said that our green is one of the finest in the area.
The Club fees start at as little as £18 per annum.
Fees (per annum)
Club Umbrella Nights
Club Fun Days, Captain’s & President’s Days
Maurice Clothier Club Triples
Internal Club Competitions
Inter Club – Friendly Matches
Inter Club – League Matches
If you would like to find out more about the Long Ashton Bowling Club and everything they have to offer, we invite you to visit their website using the link below.
LONG ASHTON BOWLING CLUB SUCCESSES
LIZ TAYLOR IN NATIONAL INTER-COUNTIES FINAL
Liz Taylor of The Long Ashton Bowling Club is a member of the triumphant Somerset team that will represent the West Region in the Ladies Walker Cup finals in Victoria Park, Leamington Spa on Sunday 5th Sept. The Somerset team will meet the Kent team in the semi-finals in the morning and, if successful, either Lincolnshire or Norfolk in the finals in the afternoon. The Somerset County team was victorious over 9 other West County teams winning the final qualifier against Gloucester County to book its place at Leamington Spa.
The Walker Cup is for a team of 8 playing in 2 rinks over 21 ends. If the Somerset team can get the highest score over 21 ends in the afternoon final they will be presented with the Walker Cup and become the 2021 Ladies National County Champions.
LONG ASHTON BOWLING CLUB CHAMPIONSHIPS 2021
Throughout the bowling season members have been competing in many closely fought matches leading to the winners progressing to the Finals. The Finals were held over 3 wonderful days and resulted in excellent bowling by all the finalists. Congratulations to the following winners and runners-up.
Competition Runner(s) Up Winner(s)
Men’s two wood Ken Vass (9) Maurie Given (16)
Mixed Pairs Pat Adams & Ken Vass (7) Deb Vass & Ian Moore (21)
Ladies’ Singles Kath Ramsden (10) Andi Moore (22)
Mixed Singles Maurie Given (11) Ken Vass (22)
Ladies’ Pairs Kath Ramsden & Alison Pemble (14) Jeannie Osborne & Trish Rockey (20)
Men’s Singles Maurie Given (11) Ken Vass (22)
Men’s Pairs Edward Rockey & Chris Holloway (8) Colin Ramsden & Ken Vass (27)
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