Len Hubbard sadly passed away on the 10th August our sympathy goes out to his family and friends. He will be sadly missed and was a much loved member of the club . RIP.
Good news, we can open the bar. However, before it can be used there are several procedures that have to be put in place. Therefore, the bar will open on Thursday 9th July 2020 for our first club night of the season.
We would ask you to please adhere to the procedures (which are in line with guidelines set down by the Government and Bowls England) that we have put in place. These are for the good of us all and will hopefully continue to keep everyone safe.
There will be a one-way system operating in the club i.e. in the back door, out of the patio door. No going out of the back door and no coming in the patio door.
CHANGING ROOMS CANNOT BE USED EXCEPT TO GET YOUR EQUIPMENT TO ALLOW YOU TO PLAY BOWLS.
The toilets can be used.
The kitchen can be used with social distancing.
The use of the bar will be very strictly controlled.
There will be a queuing system from the bar along to the back door.
There will only be two customers allowed at the bar at any one time.
No one is allowed to loiter at the bar.
Once you have been served, handed over your cash and received the change, please sanitise your hands.
Empty glasses to be placed on the small table in front of the bar.
The small table in front of the bar will also act as a two-metre distancing tool between customers at the bar.
MOST IMPORTANTLY; ON THE POOL TABLE THERE WILL BE A REGISTER IN WHICH EACH PERSON VISITING THE CLUB MUST ADD THEIR NAME ON EACH OCCASION THEY VISIT. THIS DOCUMENT WILL ONLY BE USED IF THERE IS THE NEED TO INSTIGATE TRACKING PROCEDURES AND WILL BE DISPOSED OF AFTER TWENTY ONE DAYS.
Jean Richardson sadly passed away on the 29th June our sympathy goes out to her family and friends. She was a much loved member of the club and will be sadly missed. RIP.
In order to comply with Bowls England hygiene guidelines, a pack of antiseptic wipes ( and a waste bin) will be in the bowls store by the side of the green. Please use the wipes to disinfect any equipment you use.
Also, a bottle of hand sanitiser will be in the clubhouse for your use.
Preston Bowls Club is closed.
Betty Gillam will temporarily take over the role of welfare officer.
New bowls shirts will cost £25 each, ask Rita.
Free coaching and taster sessions are available at the club, please come along and have a go.
County Championships and Competitions can be found on the Sussex County Bowls Website, http://www.sussexcb.co.uk
The Brighton and Hove District League can be found on the Website, http://www.brightonandhoveleague.co.uk
The Brighton,Hove abd District Women’s Bowling League Website, http://bhdwomensbowlsleague.uk/