Club News

 

Great Charity Day on Saturday 18th September £250 raised for St. Christophers Hospice and cheque presented to Christine Davies the  St. Christophers Representative who was present on the day. Everybody played their part and members bought in Raffle Prizes and loads of Food, which Dennis & Angela
arranged in the Hayes Room. A huge success Well done everybody in the club
The Bowls was good too with 8 teams playing a round robin tournament
well organised by Chairman Alan Thompson. It was a very sunny day a huge success

Mayor of Bromley Visit

Great to see the return of the Mayors Team friendly Bowls matches. The Mayor and Mayoress attended the Warren Met Police Sports ground in Hayes, where the Mayors team played The Warren team. As is tradition, the Mayor put up the first bowl, and money was raised for the Mayors charities. It was a close match and the result (if it mattered) was that the Mayors team won by 9 points.

Why not join our club? 

We have the best all round facilities of any club in South East London provided by The Warren Metropolitan Police Sports Club 

The Club House has a bar and Restaurant 

Open every day of the week from 8:00. Bar and food times are different so please look at their web site. 

www.mpthewarren.com 

New and prospective members £45 for the first year then £85 2nd year onwards 

Being a member of the Bowls Club is separate from the main club and you will need 

to pay £100 extra to join the main club and you will have all facilities available to you,  

e.g. tribute bands, Quiz nights, Band concerts, plus reduced drink & meal prices.

 

All new members and all novices joining the club are always welcome.  The club has spare bowls set in our equipment shed. Please ask any club members need any help or have some questions about the club 

We need our players to complete the Availability Binders in the Pavillion of your intention to play on the dates shown or conversely the Non-Availability Binder to assist our Captains 

New Bowls clothing can be purchased from our treasurer Doug Sharman