Welcome to Blairgowrie Bowling Club
Welcome to the web site of Blairgowrie Bowling Club.
We are a friendly and enthusiastic club that offers bowls for both ladies and men being either casual play through to competing nationally, including mixed matches and competitions.
We offer excellent coaching to new bowlers and encourage everyone to participate in the clubs many social activities.
Our club caters for all standards of bowlers and we are always keen to meet prospective new members. For all our contact details please click here.
Alternatively visit us at our green, we have free parking around our green. Our members will be happy to answer any questions.
We are not just a ‘bowling club’ but have many other activities going on throughout the bowling season and through the winter months. These include carpet bowls, darts, pool and dominos. We have also had a very successful ‘Wii’ day and hope to add more activities like this to our forthcoming itinerary. Check out our activities here.
Please browse our web site, we hope this will introduce you to the Blairgowrie Bowling Club.
150th Anniversary Fundraising Raffle
Tickets now available from the bar. Please buy some and also please see Elaine Robertson about taking some of the raffle books to sell to your family, friends and country people!! Some of the great prizes to be won….
- 4 nights stay for 5 at Aviemore House
- Bed worth £500 from Blairgowrie Bedding Centre
- 2 family passes for Knockhill Racing Circuit – wroooooooooom!!
- £50 voucher for House of Bruar
….. and lots more!!
The raffle will be drawn on 31st December at our Hogmanay Party.
Market stall and Open Day success!
Our Open Day on Sunday, 21st April, linked with having a stall and a grass area for target bowls at the Farmers’ Market on the Saturday in the Wellmeadow proved a huge success with approximately 13 potential full members being signed up under our £25 ‘introductory scheme‘. Big thank you to all who helped in making both days a great success.
Showing how its done are (L-R) Ian Reid, Phil Theaker and Sheila Beedie