6.4 A player must not endeavour to affect the running of any bowl, nor follow it up in such a manner as to obstruct the view of the opponent. For a first offence, involving the player’s own bowl, that bowl shall be forfeited. In the case of a further offence, the game shall be awardedContinue reading “Occasional Item #9 Rules of the Game”
Tide’s out at Morfa Bychan with view to Criccieth.
Upper part of the River Teigl in central Snowdonia as it thunders its way downstream
Mochdre, the River Conwy and Snowdonia National Park beyond
From the Chester Walls, you can get a good view of the Racecourse.
The garden birds could all do with a bit of extra food help as the colder weather arrives.
Yes it’s Newsletter time again (CLICK HERE to go straight to Newsletter 37) with detailed content on the following: Feedback on Xmas lunch. 2022 Dues are due. 2022 competitions. Volunteers needed. Laminator. Referee’s Course. Safeguarding information. Dave H’s jokes (?) throughout.
Question: Who invented the lawnmower? Answer: James Edward Ransome (UK) 1902.
No, not the famous Abba song, but the internationally renowned Waterloo bowling club location in Blackpool will no longer be hosting events. You may have seen their televised competitions. The club’s Committee and the ground owners could not agree a new lease, especially as a lot of expenditure was needed on the stadium. The “Waterloo”Continue reading “Waterloo”
The stunning North Wales coastline includes the following view around Morfa Nefyn on the Llŷn Peninsula. Why not give the thought of flying abroad a miss and instead explore the beautiful places on our doorstep. Remember too that near Morfa Nefyn is the “3rd Best Beach Bar in the World”, i.e. the Ty Coch InnContinue reading “Why Travel Far?”