BOWLING CLUB NEEDS NEW MEMBERS The Aberystwyth Bowling Club (Plascrug) has been in existence for over 100 years and, during this time, has been very successful, winning the Club Championship of Wales on two occasions. A great deal more information about the Club can be found on our website: www.aberystwythbowlsplascrug.co.uk The Club currently runs a men’s side in Division 1 of the Ceredigion League and a ladies side in the Llan League (made up of ladies teams from clubs in Ceredigion). The Club has reached a stage in its life when it needs to recruit new members – both men and women – across a wide age spectrum from young to old. Here is an opportunity to participate in a team sport, as well as in individual competition, in a friendly environment of fellowship and camaraderie. Playing bowls also provides the opportunity for healthy exercise. You can play as many times a week you like with an internal league for all bowlers available on Friday evenings. The level of engagement in competitive bowls is entirely the choice of the individual but it is hoped that as many new recruits as possible will be prepared to join the men and women sides in their respective leagues. In seeking to recruit new members the Club has arranged a series of three coaching or ‘taster’/coaching sessions. These will be run by approved Club coaches and the sessions will follow, in broad terms, the manual approved by the Welsh Bowling Association. The first of these sessions has been arranged for
26th April: 4th May plus 1 TBA @ 6:3.0pm.
The session is open to all ages – and is for men and women. There will be no charge for this and subsequent sessions. The only request is that you wear flat-soled footwear. All other equipment will be provided by the Club. The Aberystwyth (Plascrug) Club is located between the Crown Building and the University’s Vicarage Fields. It can be accessed by foot from the lower Buarth Road. If you would like further information before committing yourself to joining the first coaching session please contact Richard Morgan by phone (01970 611301 – evenings only) or by e-mail ([email protected]).