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For all matches the dress code shall be grey bottoms unless stated in the fixture list. Tops shall be the designated club shirt or a plain white polo shirt. On certain occasions men may be asked to wear collar and club tie. Ladies may also wear yellow club waistcoats or cardigans. Recognised bowls shoes (no grip) should be worn on the rink at all times as the club will not be held responsible for any damage caused by individuals wearing the incorrect footwear. The dress code also extends to the function room/bar area for after match refreshments.
A range of good condition second hand clothing (trousers, skirts, polo shirts, cardigans, waistcoats & shoes) is available to members.
The club, although very successful has until recently not had the means to accomodate individuals who are wheelchair reliant and interested in playing indoor bowls.
Last month (June 2017) and with the help of £500 in donation swe purchased a Bradshaw Bowls Buggy and have already benefited from gaining two users.
If your disability means that you are unable to stand, even for a short period of time or continually walk up and down the rink for periods up to and in excess of two and a half hours and are interested in making use of our latest acquisition then please contact the club office.
As from 13th July 2017 Harwich and District Indoor Bowls Club is now fully air conditioned.
Free three two and a half hour hour coaching sessions are available to "first time bowlers" both adults and children over the age of 7 by our registered/qualified coaches on a Tuesday morning from 10:00 - 12:00
If you are interested please contact George Berry on 01255 552621 or the club office.
A register of all club members names, addresses and telephone numbers is available at reception.
As part of their membership members are expected to,
Harwich Indoor Bowls Club
In Memory of sadly departed members