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We play all through Summer!

Ferryhill Indoor Bowls Club has four great rinks and a very comfortable viewing platform with modern furnishings. Refreshments and drinks are on hand so you'll enjoy watching as much as you enjoy playing. You can even do a bit of both and double your fun.

 

We welcome Competitive and Social Bowlers

For the competitive among you Ferryhill takes part in many National and County competitions. Our internal club leagues run daily, including weekends so there's plenty to get involved in.

 

But winning is not everything, not by far. We're not 'dog eat dog' at Ferryhill. We're open and friendly. We're renown throughout the County for our friendly and welcoming environment. So if you just want to get out, to meet new people and chat with friends, there's a warm and welcome place waiting for you at Ferryhill Indoor Bowls Club. Just come along one night, you'll see!

 

Updated 30 March 2021

N E W S

02 March 2021

Presentation Night 2019

With cash prizes totalling over £600 and trophies galore to present, Colin from Gordon Fletcher & Sons was kept busy the whole night. Thanks Colin for your help and support and well done to all the winners. 
Singles &
Aussie Pairs

Thursday 10 am - Aussie Pairs

Sunday 6pm - Open SIngles (Open to all Clubs)

It's early days but the league tables are starting to take shape. Click links above to check them out.

Norman Grimmer Retired but still standing

It was an emotional moment on a night when drinks were plentiful so not surprising Steven's camera prowess was a bit shaky but the image says it all, including the blur... Even Frank Snaith, presenting, had a tear in his eye.
 
Great to see you Norman, hope you enjoy the whisky and we'll keep you to that promise to keep popping in.
 

Christmas Party Night

After Norman's jig to 'Simply the Best', a couple of other smoothies moved in... The girls have got no chance!

In view, June Cadman, Arthur Cadman, Yvonne Cook, Ray Laing and Margaret Richardson.

 

Gordon Fletcher Trophy 2020

WINNERS
 
Congratulations to Bill Routledge's team from Durham (left to right, G Alderson, M Robinson & W Routledge)
 
Unbeaten in the round robin stages, they then went on to knock out Ferryhill's own Keith Seymour's unbeaten squad to take the title and the biggest money pot.

 

 

 

 
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Welcome Back!

 

Membership Fees, Locker Fees and club re-opening...

 

A quorum of the committee met today (in Colin's garden) to discuss the above and a few other things.

 

I can confirm for you...

Membership fees and locker fees... For those who paid them last year, membership fees and locker fees will carry over to the current year.

 

Club Re-opening. We will be open Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays between 4.30 - 8.30. And Saturdays 9.30 - 12.30. These opening times are from Tuesday 13 April. Unfortunately we will only be able to allow one household/bubble per rink but it will allow you to get in and get back to bowling. Around 17th May we are expecting to be able to open more fully, with upto 6 people per rink so with a bit of luck we can get the summer leagues going shortly after that.

 

You will need to book your place for any of the above opening times. Just call the club or book while you're there.

 

Anyone needing to collect woods you can come along any of the above opening times to quickly get in and out with your woods.

 

We're Nearly Back

2021-2022 season Coming Soon...

Winners and runners up of this weekend's 2nd Chance Knockout Tournament. (Left to right... Winners Colin Larcombe and his grandson Conrad Morrison. Runners up Lawrence O'Brien and Joe Hutchinson). Well done lads. It was a marathon of a day so an extra well done to Lorrie who was back half an hour later for his first match in the singles league... He won that too.