ASTON SOMERVILLE BOWLING CLUB
(Founded 1925)
Green: Broadway Road, Aston Somerville. Broadway. WR12 7JG
Location of Bowls Club: Find Me
Website: Website Link
   
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Approved Coloured Shirt: White
Club smoking policy: No Smoking on the green or in any buildings
Email Contact: c[email protected]
Chairman: Dave Newman Tel: 01684 274048
Email: [email protected] Mob: 07482 305381
Captain: Vacant Tel:  
Mens Singles Champion:   Tel:  
Ladies Singles Champion:   Tel:  
Club Secretary:

Carole Vizor


64 Rynal Place
Evesham
Worcs. 
WR11 4PZ

Tel:

Mob:

01386 41397

07944 244532

Email:

c[email protected]

Fixture Secretary:

Robin Howard


7 Campden Drive, Leedons Park
Childswickham, Broadway
Worcs. WR12 7NU

Tel:

Mob:

01386 853505

07751 780697

Email:

[email protected]

Exec.Council Member 1 Carole Vizor Tel: 01386 41397
Email: c[email protected] Mob: 07944 244532
Exec.Council Member 2 Dave Newman Tel: 01684 274048
Email:  [email protected] Mob: 07482 305381
The Clubs History:      
       

The Club was formed in 1925, all men in the village being eligible. Subscriptions were set at 2/6 (12.5p) per year. Colonel Thin, who owned the Hall allowed the Club to use his lawn. Four pairs of bowls were purchased at a cost of 29 Shillings (1.50) per pair. In 1926 two matches were arranged with Broadway.

By 1935 matches were held with Tewkesbury, Bredon, Pershore (Brotherhood & Abbey), Blockley and Mickleton.

In 1950 there was a change of ‘ground’ to the Old Rectory Lawn.

In 1951 all bowls and mats were lost in a fire at the Rectory, generous donations from Kemerton and Evesham Police clubs, which enabled 4 pairs of bowls to be purchased, Evesham Police also donated bowls surplus to their requirements. In those days the keeper of the bowls would turn up with a sack full of bowls, tip them on the green, and the players had to sort out a matching pair.

The present green was laid down by members in 1958.

The Club became affiliated to the County Association in 1991.

We are still a small village Club and are well known for the variety of livestock surrounding our landlocked green.

 

Updated March 21st 2021