(Founded 1903) - Tel: 01562 822610
Green: Chester Road North. Kidderminster, Worcestershire, DY10 1TE
Location of Bowls Club: Find Me
Approved Coloured Shirt:

Green polo shirt with dark green sleeves and collar, round club badge

on front. Arched black and white stripes with dark green pixilation.

Club smoking policy: No smoking on the green or in the Clubhouse
Email Contact:

[email protected]

President: Bob Munroe




07484 77220

Captain: Wayne White Tel: 07505 360340
Email Contact:

[email protected]

Vice Captain:

Ivan Poole

Tel: 01905 778871
Ladies Captain: Win Aldred Tel: 01562 850663
Ladies Vice Captain: Izzy White Tel:  
Mens Singles Champion: James Allington Tel:  07938 810910
Ladies Singles Champion: Izzy White Tel:  
Club Secretary:
Arthur Fox
79 Beeches Road
DY11 5HZ

[email protected]




01562 822159

07976 843651

Fixture Secretary:
Wayne Johnson
13 Barnett Close
West Midlands



01384 752462

07815 843760


waynejoh[email protected]

Exec.Council Members Grant Burgess [email protected]
  Roger Perks [email protected]
The Clubs History:      

In 1902, several gentlemen met in Ye Olde Seven Stars Public House and persuaded William Adam (Adam Carpets) to rent land for the promotion of a “likeable sport” and to provide a loan for a pavilion. Local specialists laid the green, shrubberies and quoits pitch for £154. A condition that “no intoxicating liquor was allowed on the premises” remained until William Adam’s death in 1922. Discipline was strong then with the groundsman (£20 per year) being reprimanded for not rolling the green every day. Women were allowed in the grounds to pick the weeds out of the new green but were later requested to form a Tea Committee to provide refreshments. Now the ladies form a very vital and strong presence with full member entitlement.

A Limited Company was established in June 1926. All debts were paid off and the land bought for about £730.

In 1969, members who had been to support Worcestershire County Cricket Team saw the rink game being played at Cripplegate Park and proposed to convert our green. Although initially pursued with real enthusiasm the idea was not fully supported by the club members.

Interest grew again in the 1980’s and at the end of the 1988 season work began to level the green. The Club was admitted to the Association and the green was opened on a superb summer day in 1990 by the English Bowling Association President, John Hall (a Worcestershire bowler) with his team of bowlers from all parts of the country.

The Club has teams in the local bowling leagues on Monday and Thursday evenings, and also play a number of league and friendly matches during the season. Snooker, crib teams, and local Quiz League teams are all busy during the winter. Regular Quizzes, Race Nights, Auctions, Casino Nights and other social gatherings keep the club alive over the winter months.

Updated 3rd February 2021