(Founded 1963) - Tel: 01684 772008
Green: Rear of Village Hall, Main Road, Bredon, Nr Tewkesbury. GL20 7QN
Location of Bowls Club: Find Me
Approved Coloured Shirt: White Polo with Maroon Trim to Collar & Sleeves
Club smoking policy: No smoking in the Clubhouse
Email Contact:

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President: Margaret Compton Tel: 01684 275188
Captain: Jack Pullin Tel: 07584 221758
Ladies Captain: Chris Doody Tel: 01242 690916
Mens Singles Champion: Martin Taylor Tel: 07729 091332
Ladies Singles Champion: Kate Young Tel: 01684 772821
Club Secretary:

Ian Day
47 Beckford Road Alderton

Glos. GL20 8NL

Tel: 07587 168789

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Ladies Secretary: Anne Watson Tel: 01241 676396
Fixture Secretary:

Rita Davies
Aber Pennar Cottage
Black Lane Bredon
Glos. GL20 8NL

Tel: 01684 773410

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Exec.Council Members Chris Doody [email protected] 
  Richard Woodward [email protected]
The Clubs History:      

The Club was founded in 1963 on a piece of derelict land adjacent to the Village Hall by a group under the leadership of the late Stan Priest and including the late Jack Knight, and Wallace Partridge (County Life Member).

The green was laid, and a wooden Clubhouse erected, bowling beginning in 1964 with 25 members. Originally “men only”, a ladies section (eight members) was formed in 1965.

Since the mid 90’s the Club has operated on an all-inclusive basis.   The Clubhouse was enlarged in 1978, membership having increased to 120.   In 1999 the old Clubhouse was demolished, an enlarged replacement opening in May 2000 having spent £140,000-00, from accumulated savings, member contributions and a loan of £15,000-00 from the English Bowling Association.

The Club has had six County Presidents and two Lady County Presidents as members, and has provided officials for County Administration, notably the late Steve Pullin (County Competition Secretary) and the late Doris Priest (Worcestershire County Women’s Bowling Association Secretary).

Over the years the Club has provided many participants in County and National Finals.

As in most Clubs, membership has fallen in recent years, but appears to have reached stability at this time.   Open all year, the winter season provides opportunity for members to take part in social activities such as Carpet Bowls, Bingo, Race Nights etc.


Updated January 17th 2020