Last week Betws-yn-Rhos Bowling Club replaced its old bowling surface with a brand new one. Linda has very kindly shared with us some photographs of the work that took place so Click Here if you would like to see what happened.
Just a gentle reminder that the Closing Foursomes Competition will be held next Thursday afternoon 22nd September. If you would like to take part, please remember to add your name to the list in the Clubhouse. Weekly Board of Events – Click Here
Click Here to view Ian’s report on the President’s Day qualifying events for the two-leagues – North Wales Coast and Colwyn and Llandudno – held over last weekend. Vardre Deganwy hosted 2 of the 4 events – one on Saturday and one on Sunday.
Click Here to see updated Diary of Upcoming Additional Events. Dates may have changed or been added or additional detail included since you last saw this list.
Yes, stand by, it’s Dave Holland’s newsletter No. 43 (Click Here). Briefly, it contains the following very interesting, useful and helpful information: Alpha and Hornby Cup Competitions; Thursday Friendlies; Baking Competition; Easyfundraising; A Conundrum; Safeguarding; Small Talk.
Hot off the press: the latest news is now here in the form of the next Newsletter from Dave H. Click Here to see the Newsletter. Content includes: Vardre Competitions; Your shopping can help the Club; Small Talk; Get Well Soon Wishes to Islwyn.
Click Here to read the match report on the ‘A’ Team (North Wales Coast League – Saturday) by Captain Ian Wilson . REMINDER to members;- The first Thursday Friendly match will be at HOME versus Craig y Don on 12th May. See notice-board for details.
Yes, it’s newsletter time and, as always, it is stuffed with interesting and informative stuff: Competitions; Saving Energy; Easyfundraising; Easter Pairs Handicap; U3A Coaching Sessions; Small Talk.
Here’s the new newsletter which is overflowing with very interesting stuff. Enjoy.
You may remember the Wanted poster advertising a reward for some lost property from Vardre Bowling Club? Well, the good news is, the lost property has, at last, been found at Craig y Don:-