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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!
Membership is just £10.00 and Rink fees just £3.00 per session. Ferryhill Leisure Centre's legendary bar is on hand with cheap pints and friendly staff.
So come along and make a night of it. You'll be very welcome.
Saturday 6.30pm - 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.
In view, June Cadman, Arthur Cadman, Yvonne Cook, Ray Laing and Margaret Richardson.
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North East local lockdown. Don't panic! WE CAN STILL PLAY BOWLS. The Government has issued clear guidelines detailing what is and what is not allowed during this lockdown. Below is an excerpt from the Gov.uk website....The guidance is clear. Members can also be assured that Ferryhill Indoor bowls is following the guidance from our governing body (EIBA) and going beyond it even. We take player's temp on arrival and we have imposed face coverings in the reception and lounge areas. Jacks and mats are disinfected after every session. All surfaces are disinfected after every session and we have every other recommended measure in place too.
Team sport and physical activity
You can continue to take part in organised sporting or licensed physical activity in groups of more than 6. This can be in any public place – indoors or outdoors – but not in a private outdoor space like a garden or inside a private home.
These activities either need to be organised by a national governing body, club, registered instructor/coach, business or charity, and/or involve someone who has received an official licence to use equipment relevant to the activity. In all cases, the organiser must conduct a risk assessment and ensure compliance with COVID-19 secure guidance.
You should only be playing team sports where the relevant governing body has published guidance on how to do so safely. See a list of team sports governing bodies which have developed guidance. For all other sports, guidance is available from your governing body and details on how to safely undertake this activity within an organised environment.
14 September 2020
This year's AGM saw one of our biggest turnouts ever. Thanks to everyone for your support. As well, this year we had close to a record number of new members joining/rejoining. Among, them, Billy Maddison... At last, a very welcome return and it'll be great to see the two brothers back on the same rink.
Since we couldn't hold our usual presentation ceremony last April we took the chance to present prizes to last year's winners. See the leagues page for all the winners, too many to mention here. Fixtures are also on page now and once we have played some games I'll get the tables on there too.
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.