Open day at Mark Moor

PUBLISHED: 14:14 11 April 2018




Mark Moor Bowling Club is holding an open day on April 28.

Mark Moor Bowling Club has an open day on April 28 between 11am and 4pm.

Come along and try your hand at bowling at our welcoming and friendly club. The club is situated next to the village hall in a pleasant and quiet rural setting. There is a clubhouse with a bar, refreshments, changing rooms, together with ample car parking.

The club is looking for new members of any age from eight years to 80 and beyond. You will not need any special equipment to start, but it would be best if you could wear flat shoes or trainers without heels. The club will provide woods to play with for your first sessions. We are looking for players with some experience or none at all.

So make your way to the club at Vole Road, Mark TA9 4NY. Telephone Elaine on 01278 326051, or Joan on 01278 641625 for further information.

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