County Voice

County Voice 2019: Issue 5

Ffrith Indoor Bowls Club celebrates 30th anniversary

Thirty years ago this year, Ffrith Indoor Bowls Club was born providing eight rinks of international standard bowling for the sport in North Wales .

The Chairman of the Council, Councillor Meirick Lloyd Davies supported by other invited guests from the local community and the Welsh Indoor Bowls Association, launched the celebrations.  Over sixty club members including visiting teams from the North and Mid Wales Indoor Bowls Zones took part in an afternoon of bowling .

In launching the celebration County Councillor Meirick Lloyd Davies said:  "I congratulate the Ffrith Indoor Bowls Club in achieving this milestone in its mission to promote and participate at local and National level in the sport of indoor bowls.  The Council have over the past years invested in the North Wales Bowls Centre to ensure that is now ranking amongst one of the top venues for the sport in North Wales and the borderlands.  I am pleased that our working partnership with the Ffrith Indoor Bowl Club is one of truly working together to encourage bowlers of all abilities and ages to enjoy the sport.”

The Ffrith Indoor Bowls Club is located within the North Wales Bowls Centre at Ferguson Avenue Prestatyn .Opened in 1989 the centre provides 8 bowling rinks of international standard , enabling league and social bowling to take place throughout the year.  The club works closely with the Council and the Community to provide training and help for new bowlers . Encouraging people of all abilities to take part in sport ,the club works with a number of local organisations to provide help to people who have suffered life changing medical conditions where bowls can for many be the key to aiding their recovery Many of our league bowlers have represented the club at national and International level, and such is the popularity of the first class indoor venue provided at the centre, visiting bowling parties travel to bowl from a across the conurbations of Merseyside, Greater Manchester and the Potteries.  For more information on how you or your organisation or group can participate contact Roger Guest Chair Ffrith Indoor Bowls Club or find more information on the club’s website


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