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Bowls Club holding open day which aims to attract new members of all ages

PUBLISHED: 14:12 11 April 2017

Melton Bowls Club

Melton Bowls Club

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Melton Bowls Club host an open day on Saturday, April 29 (10am-noon), at their Dock Lane clubhouse.

The event is open to all and refreshments will be available along with a raffle, tombola and more.

Non-members will be able play on the club green free of charge, and equipment and coaching will be provided.

The outdoor season runs between April and the end of September and Melton play in seven leagues, six of which are mixed, as well as county and national cup competitions, friendly games and social events.

New members are always welcome and free tuition for beginners is available. Contact Ray Andrews on 01394 450725 for details.

The club is also running a junior coaching session every Saturday (9.30am-11am) starting on April 29, open to juniors of all abilities. Coaching and tuition is available to all and parents are encouraged to participate.

Contact Derrick Sharpe on 07788 722144 for details.

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