Update 15th July 2020 - Biddenden Bowls Club is open and is operating in line with the latest Government and Bowls England Guidance. Full information is on the COVID 19 Guidance Page. Social distancing, hygiene arrangements, sanitisation and a booking system are now part of every day life at the green!
Please see NEWS for our regular updates which contain updates on the guidance, photos and information on what is happening with members on and off the green.
Special COVID 19 competitions are being held and enjoyed - see the COVID 19 Competitions page.
Biddenden Bowls Club is a friendly outdoor bowls club located in the beautiful Kent village of Biddenden. During the season from April to September, the club has weekly rollups, friendly matches, league games and a variety of club competitions. The club is a part of the Village Halls and Sports Group.
With a mixture of playing and social members, we are proud to be a small and friendly village club making bowling available to all from beginners to experienced bowlers and all in between. Our members include people who just want to play social bowls at the club whilst others want to play in league games, competitions, tournaments and county knock outs. All are valued club members.
Biddenden Bowls Club is totally committed to providing facilities and support to bowlers of all ages and abilities and to ensuring that the club is accessible and inclusive to all including those with any form of impairment or disability. To learn more about the equipment and facilities which are available and the club's plans to continue to develop and improve these please see "Our Club - Inclusion & Accessibility".
A coaching programme is in place with group sessions and one to one support available.
The club has 2 teams in the Weald League (mixed triples) and one in the Maidstone League (mens triples) and hosts its popular Ladies Open Triples Tournament in August.
A range of social and community events take place throughout the year, including the annual presentation lunch, quiz night, BBQs, picnics on competition days and active involvement in the “Tractorfest” (a significant village community event).
New members of any ability are always welcome and can come along to our April Open Day or a Thursday rollup to meet the members, get some tips and have a go. Several sets of bowls are available for general use and initially all you need to bring along is yourself and a pair of flat soled shoes. If you want to know more please join us on a Thursday afternoon or get in touch via our contacts page.
Affiliated to: Bowls England and KCBA (Kent County Bowls Association - Mens and Ladies Sections)
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