Strawberries and cream to at Winscombe open day
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Strawberries and a cream tea is on offer at Winscombe to try and tempt newcomers to have a game of bowls.
HAVE you ever considered playing bowls? If so, now is your chance to try it and also enjoy a superb strawberry cream tea.
Winscombe Bowling Club is holding an open day on July 19 between 2-5pm. The club is on Sandford Road, opposite the Community Centre. Contrary to popular belief, bowling is a sport which attracts both young and old, with mixed genders playing with equal abilities at a competitive level or just for fun.
Winscombe boasts one of the finest greens in the county with experienced coaches able to assist any beginner to reach a high standard of playing. So come along and give it a go.
It will be a chance to meet other bowlers who will be more than happy to explain the game and assist with instruction so that you can try for yourself.
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Age is no obstacle and Winscombe can report they have a 17-year-old who plays for the Somerset Under-25s team. So dad, bring your son along to have a go.
If you cannot make the day, contact club captain Paul Fredersdorff on 01934 822240, who can arrange for free coaching on an alternative day.
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