It is vital to choose the correct type of garden furniture, even at our bowling club, as there is always a need to have somewhere to put something down.
Click Here to catch up with a few photos of how our green looks now. Remember how the dry summer caused some bare patches? Well, thanks to Bobby and our team of volunteers, and the worms, now it is all lush, green grass again. The new cladding (courtesy MKM) looks smart too.
Perhaps the answer that scientists have been looking for is our David L. There isn’t anything he can’t do with a mower and a bowling green.
Nigel offers Dave W a lift to the Clubhouse. Click Here for more photos of our Top Guns at work on Monday.
Although the initial evidence might lead you to believe that our boys haven’t quite got the hang of proper green maintenance, Click Here for some more photos that show clearly that they really do know what they’re doing!
The Club had a new delivery of top dressing on Friday. Can you help? Click Here to see photographs from the day but Click Here read Ian’s report and request for a bit of help early next week.
Hats off to Tommy and any other green-fingered contributors. Have all the members noticed how the splendid flower arrangements around the green also incorporate the long tapes for the bowls matches, and in such a perfectly subtle way? Great style indeed. Late News: Rose Bowl Comp Please note this competition has been postponed from todayContinue reading “A Measured Arrangement”
Ian finds the advertising posters around the green are really helpful when he suddenly realises he needs ring in his order for some maintenance supplies.
“We cut the grass down yesterday from 10mm to 8mm. The green is looking good for so early in the year.” Dave L, the Green Team Photographs (above) courtesy of Dave L
Our volunteer greenkeepers have been hard at work during the winter to make sure that our next season is as good as, if not better, than the last one. Click Here to read Ian’s update.