YESSSSSSS! EIBA Update Just Now!

  NEW COVID-19 DIRECTIVES EIBA STATEMENT Following the Government’s announcement on Tuesday 22nd September 2020 advising that there will be new restrictions implemented for at least the next six months, the English Indoor Bowling Association, following a Board of Directors meeting today, wishes to advise it’s Clubs, County Associations and individual bowlers of the following. …

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EIBA – Keep Your Fingers Crossed for Tomorrow – Wednesday 23rd September

EIBA STATEMENT – 22.09.2020 Following this afternoons announcement by Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, we would like to advise all member clubs, organisations and players that we will be reviewing the current situation, along with tonight’s expected announcement. We have a planned Board of Directors meeting tomorrow and will release a statement, with updated guidance following …

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Onwards and Upwards

Onwards:  The club had its deep clean yesterday and today Scott and Ange have moved most of the chairs that won’t be used (or so you can’t be tempted to use them!) neatly out of the way. Upwards:   Thanks to Scott who spent a lot of time bending down from his great height to lift …

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Sunday Morning

There are a few pairs playing this morning form 10.30 am.  Jane will be opening the bar around midday so if anyone passing by would like to come and watch and have a drink on this warm, late summer morning, you will be very welcome. If you haven’t signed up to help with the Wednesday …

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Thursday 10th September – EIBA Update

From the EIBA this afternoon:  COVID-19 – Social Gatherings Update Following the Government’s announcement that from Monday 14th September 2020 there will be restrictions on social gatherings the English Indoor Bowling Association can now confirm: – All affiliated Indoor Bowls Clubs who have implemented COVID-19 secure protocols, based on the EIBA’s ‘Returning to Indoor Bowls’ …

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Latest from Bowls England – Thursday 10th September

Good Morning, Further to yesterday’s statement, we are delighted to confirm that our clubs can continue to offer organised bowling activity in a Covid-safe manner. Sport England has announced, following clarification from Government, that people can continue to take part in organised outdoor sports when restrictions on social gatherings are introduced from Monday 14th September. With …

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Bowls England Update after new Government Social Gathering Restrictions Announced

Statement – Wednesday 9th September 2020   STATEMENT: COVID-19 – GOVERNMENT RESTRICTIONS ON GATHERING The Government announced last night that social gatherings of more than six people will be illegal in England from Monday (14th September).  The change will ban larger groups meeting anywhere socially indoors or outdoors but includes some exemptions including for organised sports. We …

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Good Win!

Well done to everyone who played  yesterday v Isleworth.  A couple of tight rinks and a couple which were a bit more one-sided, although everyone enjoyed the afternoon.  The sun was out and we were bowling.   We also saw Graham D, George H, Gerry, Ann M, Suzanne L, Reg, Mitch and others catching up with …

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Skipped!

Thanks to everyone who bowled in the morning session, then lifted, transported and loaded all the old bits of wood, pallets and etc. from where the old shed used to be and into the skip in the car park! Great job and very much appreciated!  Thanks.

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Sad News to Report Today

We have just learned that Jack Bache lost his battle with cancer yesterday and our deepest sympathies go out to his family on their loss. A left-handed clever bowler with a quick wit, a lively sense humour and such a fun person to have on your team, he will be well remembered and missed by …

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Pinch and Pnch for the First of the Month!

September.  SEPTEMBER  How did that come around so quickly?! Anyone returning to work after the long lockdown and easing of restrictions?  Good luck to those teachers returning to strange new rules.  We’re thinking of you. Did anyone take up the £10 off Monday-Wednesday meals?  Sort of wish I had done now that it’s finished. Dates …

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Malcolm Peters RIP

It is with great sadness that we learned the passing of Malcolm Peters yesterday, 24th August, following his battle with Alzheimers Disease. Malcolm was a former President of Cambridge Park BC, playing outdoors and indoors and probably best known to members who joined before 2010.  He moved down to Wimbourne, playing at Broadstone Wessex BC, …

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And the Winners are ….

Everyone! Not only were there really good bowls played, the BBQ was great and it was good to see our friends enjoying chatting and catching up over the day. Quarter Finals: Laurence & Gordon beat Audrey & Peter Stella & Barry beat Jean & Norman Ann & Gym beat Tricia & Lucy Dave P & …

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Get the Washing Out!

Well, it’s very windy out there this morning so it looks like a good day for getting the washing out on the line – if you have the facility to do so. It sort of feels like autumn is beginning to kick in. There were rosehips on the bushes in Syon Park.  Who remembers being …

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BBQ Bowls – Saturday 15th August

Let’s see.  Besides hand gel,  bring parasols, suncream, waterproofs and umbrellas.  The weather forecast has done a complete turn around in the last 12 hours!  At the moment, it looks as if it will be mainly cloudy with an odd shower. For those playing, there is no formal dress code.  For those spectators, come wearing …

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Drip, Drip, Drip, Drip

This has nothing to do with a leaking tap more of a leaking body!  Gee whizz, talk about hot and sticky.  I came into work just after 7.30 am to do the cleaning but it was still hot work!  Drip, drip, drip, drip! Did anyone sleep last night? If you have a freezer and a …

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It’s Friday – HOT, HOT, HOT!

For us mere mortals, the heat will be excessive today.  Since when has it been 38C??! Draw your curtains as they should reflect the heat away from the internal rooms which will make sleeping easier tonight Drink plenty of water.  We can’t emphasise this enough! If you go out, keep walks short, take water with …

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Happy Birthday, Ann D!

Congratulations to Ann D on reaching 4 score years! We’re sorry you’ve missed out on your celebraton cruise, but we hope you have a wonderful day with the family.  Have they got jelly and ice cream lined up?! Thanks for all you’ve done for the club over the years and for all that sewing and …

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Sunday Morning

Well, it’s another glorious morning with the sun shining but doesn’t seem quite so oppressive a heat as the last couple of days. This morning 8 pairs are taking to the green to battle it out.  There’s no trophy (unless Norman brings one of his teaspoons!) just, 4 good competitive matches.  We’re starting at 10.30 …

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Indoor Bowls Update

For those eagerly waiting to get indoors to bowl, I’m afraid you will need to exercise a little more patience. The EIBA has not changed its guidance but there is a lot to put in place at the club so we can ensure you are in a safe environment.  We will keep you updated.  

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Cup Final Saturday!

It may not bowl you over, but some of our team and Ashford’s team would like to be home in time to watch the FA Cup Final at 5.30 pm between Arsenal & Chelsea.  We’re expecting Norman to be waving a Chelsea flag between ends! So, the match v Ashford will start at 1.00 pm …

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We Did Get Wet This Afternoon!

…. but we had a good 12 ends before we had to call it off.  It was very nice to socially distance with tea and cake, almost like the old days …. well four months ago anyway!   Tomorrow we take on the Hampton IX at 10.30 am.  Spectators welcome and the bar will be …

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Thank You Terry!

Well done to Terry M who emptied, cleaned and re-juggled the shed so everything is neat, tidy and more acccessible. Good job well done.  Glad he’s not afraid of spiders! Thanks, Terry. — Club mixed drive on Saturday afternoon at 2.00 pm.  Please let me know if you would like to come along and haven’t …

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Happy Birthday Jane!

Happy Birthday from all of us and we hope you have a good day and enjoy tonight’s birthday dinner!   What Jane probably wasn’t expecting was training and working on our new EPOS system!  Having attended the training, the new “till” is very good as everything is listed and you just press the appropriate tab …

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EIBA – Latest Guidance for Indoor Bowling

From Peter Thompson at the EIBA I have pleasure in attaching an updated Returning to Indoor Bowls Guidance, following the Government’s announcement that Indoor sports are would be allowed to commence from Saturday 25th July 2020. As you will see in the guidance Indoor flat green bowls will be permitted to take place from this date, …

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Frank Lewis RIP

From Frank’s daughter Isabel I am sorry to have to announce the sudden, but peaceful passing of our dear Dad, Frank Richard Lewis in the early hours of last Saturday 18 July at the age of 92. Our cousin David was with him.  He spent many happy years bowling at Cambridge Park and shared so much …

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Back in Time

That was the title of my post when I started it 2 hours ago, then I got bumped off the computer! I was chatting with one of my colleagues and we were both saying we were glad we weren’t 1950’s housewives!  Some of you may have been a 1950’s housewife and I take my hat …

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Two New Fixtures Added to the List

Audrey has arranged these two new fixtures: Wednesday 19th August v Sunbury – Away at 2.30 pm – 3 or maybe 4 triples Saturday 29th August v West Ealing – Away at 3.00 pm – 4 Triples Thanks, Audrey.   If you’ve just started to play again, don’t forget to put your names down for …

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Some Sad News Today

Antonia, Eric Payne’s wife, sadly passed away at the end of June. She had been unwell for quite a while and in and out of hospital but, of course, Eric was unable to visit her due to the virus restrictions until her last 48 hours when he was by her side throughout.  Eric said “the …

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Happy Birthday, Gym!

Happy Birthday, Gym!  With all the rain, one of your daily chores at least has been reduced!  I’m referring to all the gardening and watering that Gym has being doing on the flower beds alongside the green.  Thank you. Hope you have a super day! — Other news:  West Ealing sign up sheet for FOUR …

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An Apology adn Another Step Forward

Due to a miscommunication between Laurence and myself, the team for Bishop Duppas had been selected on Friday but as I didn’t have the list to hand, I put the sheet up ready for the names to go on but they weren’t added before some people signed up hoping to play.  My fault. We now …

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Wine and Tomatoes!

This is a very random post! Brenda D emailed to ask about the cost of the wine.  It is still the same at £2.60 per small bottle (equivalent to 1 x 250ml glass) Mixed Triples v West Ealing added to Calendar – Saturday 18th at 2.00 pm You will remember that Dave Willis from Hampton …

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Bar Prices as Promised and Sign Up Sheets

Morning! Hope you all had a good weekend.  It was a bit breezy but not cold, which was good. Bar prices for cans:  Fosters/Heineken (440ml) £2.00; Guinness (520ml)  £3.00 Pride will be £2.00 per pint from the existing stock then back to £3.00 when the next barrel arrives, Cider £3.00 per pint and soft drinks …

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Friday Again!

Are the weeks rushing by or dragging?  They say time flies as you get older.  Have the last 15 weeks flown by for you? Tomorrow (Saturday) a CP IX will be venturing down the A316 and onwards to play the Bishop Duppas Committee IX away at 1.30 pm.  Next Saturday different teams from both clubs …

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The Latest Guidance from Bowls England

You can read the full Guidance here 02 July 2020 – Bowls England Updated Covid-19 Guidance for Clubs First two relevant pages below (f.i. Latest info from EIBA this morning is that are awaiting government information on indoor sports but for the time being, no indoor bowls permitted – sorry about that for those who …

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100 or 101 Days in Lockdown

My boss said yesterday was 100 days in lockdown but the radio said it was today.  If you have a few minutes on your hands, perhaps you could do a quick count up and let me know?! It’s also 1st July … JULY!  It seems unbelievable we’re half way through the year, yet we haven’t …

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Happy Birthday, Corale!

Wishing Corale a very happy birthday.  I hope it warms up a bit and you can enjoy some outdoor social distance socialising! Is the sun coming back this week at all?  It is flamin’ June after all, nearly flamin’ July!   I had a lovely email from Chris C following the match on Saturday which …

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Good Game, Good Game!

Great to see Teddington yesterday.  It was also good to see some spectators despite the weather not being as nice as last weekend. All three rinks had good heads most end but Cambridge Park with their home advantage and having played a bit more often this summer came through.  Thanks to Dave Wilson who subbed …

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The Latest Update from Bowls England last night…

24th June, 2020 by Matt Wordingham Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced yesterday (23rd June) that pubs, bars, cafes and restaurants will be able to reopen on 4th July. We are currently awaiting clarification from the Government as to whether this will mean any change to the current limit on use of clubhouses, bars and changing rooms for our member …

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Wednesday Shopping Question

As if I don’t spend enough time in front of a computer screen during the day, I embarked on an online H&S course last night, mainly relating to food “take-out and delivery” and the 2,001 procedures to put in place if premises have been shut for a while.  (It would be lovely to have a …

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Happy Tuesday!

A few of  us were having a chat at the weekend and over the last couple of weeks, we’ve hit a bit of a low.  Is it because we’ve spent 1/4 year in relative or mainly isolation and it’s just another week too much?  Are we programmed in 13 week sections?  I don’t know the …

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You Can Sleep Tonight …

The router arrived in today’s post and seems to be working for the laptop and phone.  The printer might take a bit more convincing! Anyway, forget Nessun Dorma as you will be able to sleep tonight and I will be able to catch up on British Sewing Bee semi-final.  Bet you’re all relieved!

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Router, Oh Router, Where Art Thou?

It was a really good idea upgrading to fibre broadband and cutting landline calls to pay-as-you-go reducing the monthly fee by about £5.  I was given a £10 refund as they were a week late in installing it.  On Monday 8th June, I had a text message saying my new router was on its way.  …

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Good News and Today’s Question!

There is a lot of good news today with the Meal Vouchers for children during the summer holidays and the steriod tablet which can be used on the most sick patients with the virus reducing the death rate.  Things are definitely looking up.  Too late for some unfortunately, but great going forward. Matt Hancock has …

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Happy Birthday, Scott!

Having had a run of May birthdays, I think there are a few June ones coming up. Happy Birthday Scott, and thanks for all you’ve been doing behind the scenes during lockdown – phoning members, helping with the member meals-on-wheels both in the kitchen and sprinting to their front doors with portions of hot food.  …

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Happy Memories

Thought you’d all like to be reminded of the wonderful afternoon we had playing The Royal Household at their ground – when was it?  2017 or 2018?  Great to see nearly everyone smiling. Is it Dave Wilson facing away from the group behind Reg?  Lovely to see Rita  and Rocket and Jim P.  I can …

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Useless Lockdown Trivia

As I haven’t had much news back from you, here’s a bit of useless trivia which won’t even come up in a pub quiz! Since lockdown, in the absence of 6 weeks of indoor bowling followed by 4-6 weeks of outdoor bowling, I have walked 500.8 miles and probably taken around 2,501 photos of which …

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And Now It’s Monday Again!

I realised that I had such a full weekend that I didn’t post anything on here!  That was very remiss of me. Ange, Laurence, Dave P & I played a challenge Mixed Pairs match on Saturday morning.  It was very close with only one shot in it after 21 ends (YESSSSS – guess who won?!).  …

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Longer Slots from Monday?

With the addition of Pairs and Triples play being permitted, we intend to increase the playing slot times to 2 hours as from Monday.  Just keep an eye out when booking in case the start times change slightly.  If there is a 30 minute difference to what has already been booked, we’ll contact you. Ann …

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Bowls England – Updated Guidance 2nd June – Pairs & Triples Now on the Cards!

COVID-19 UPDATE – 2ND JUNE 2nd June, 2020 by Alistair Hollis The Government confirmed yesterday (Monday 1st June) that groups of six can now meet outside provided people from different households observe social distancing (staying at least 2m apart). This is good news for bowls, as we are aware many of our clubs that have opened, or wished to …

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We’re Free!

That was the subject heading from Dick & Di‘s email! For the first time in nearly 10 weeks, they were able to venture outside their front gate and took a walk in Bushy Park.  Di said it was lovely to able to do the simple things that had been taken for granted, like sitting by …

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Spectators – Update

A lot of you will be waiting for this news, so I hope you have a disinfectant spray and cloth ready as you step out of your door!  There are restrictions and guidelines of course, but I’m sure you’ll follow them – they’re for everyone’s benefit. On 27th May, Ange  supported by Jacquie Elkin, the …

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Update on Decreased Subs!

The Board have been discussing the subs again as obviously not all the facilities (clubhouse, matches, leagues, competitions etc) are available but the green is and it’s playing well! In the light of this, Laurence has advised the subs for those who started playing before 25th May will be £90 and new outdoor members starting …

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Mixed Views Friday

Laurence had a response to a general enquiry about permitting spectators during the sessions but I’m afraid the answer is still “no”, but Alistair Hollis has said that Bowls England will be approaching the DCMS (Department of Culture, Media & Sport) regarding this.  We are aware this is Mental Health Awareness Week and we want …

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Thursday is Shopping Day!

There were quite a few roll up sessions yesterday and plenty tomorrow and Saturday, but today is clear.  Although I am not Miss Marple, I surmise that today is the day you’re all off to the supermarket or the corner shop to stock up for the week.  Or maybe you are socially-distance meeting a friend …

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Happy Birthday to Ann Halliday!

Happy Birthday to Ann H!  What a glorious day for a birthday but it’s a shame it will not be an all-family affair garden party.  Maybe there will be a chance to physicallyl meet up with family for everyone.  There will be a lot of cake and prosecco all round, I’m sure. After another rubbish …

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Monday Again – Week 9 or is it 10?

Well, after a flurry of emails and phone calls, the outdoor green opens today.  14 members  have already booked sessions to play.  If you think  you’d like a go, for today please email David Hale david.hale@blueyonder.co.uk  We are just doing the final testing on an online booking system which will work through the Members’ section …

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Skating Memories

  Out on an early cycle ride on Sunday, I came across the storyboard beside the Thames on the Twickenham side of the Thames.  I posted this on my FB page commenting that I had private lessons from Betty Callaway, who didn’t give up in despair with my efforts, as she went on to train …

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More Member News!

It was great to receive along email from Peter Judge last night. “Sorry I’ve not been in touch sooner, but it’s been pretty busy at work over the last 6 weeks – our company (Bidfood) is one of the 2 delivering the government care packs to all the isolated vulnerable people, so we in IT …

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Congratulations to Mr & Mrs Chris Squires!

Chris plays indoors at the Cambridge Park and outdoors at Hampton.  News from Kevin (thanks for the update) this week included…. Congratulations to Chris and Maggie Squires who celebrated their 56th Wedding Anniversary last week helped by the family providing flowers and the ingredients for a special celebration meal. Chris also heard from an old friend, age …

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From Ron Bavin

Ron is in lockdown in Ham unable to return to the Idle of Wight because of restrictions. His new neighbours have been delivering various food items to his door from the recently opened Swiss Patisserie. Bad news for the waistline but he said they are absolutely delicious! IMG_1249 The above link should you give you …

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It’s Finals Weekend!

So by now, we would be sitting down to whatever the ‘kitchen staff ‘ had prepared for lunch, Barry, Teresa & Tricia may have already played Kevin K, Richard D & Richard H .. or not.! Club Competitions 2019-20 – Draw Template You should be able to click on the link to open the draw …

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Different Sort of Day

Firstly, I must congratulate Ann Dale for completion of her first NHS worker’s headband  -nice  and  cheerful  too.  Keep  going! Instructions are below and I will email them out too.  Thanks, Ann.  We will find a contact at Teddington Hospital for them. Cut a piece of cotton fabric 16.5” x 6” Sew along the long …

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Better Late than Never!

Apologies if you logged on earlier.  It’s been somewhat manic at work, so taking a quick break for lunch now. Following on from yesterday’s post, thanks to Shiley O and Ann D, if you Google “Love of Scrubs YouTube”,  you should see various tutorials on making drawstring bags, headbands and ‘scrubs’ if you have the …

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Local Challenge?

I was listening to the radio this morning about Captain John and his 100 mile walk around his garden for the NHS to coincide with his 100th birthday.  His original £1,000 target  was surpassed when he was interviewed on Good Morning Sunday on Radio 2 and his daughter was interviewed on Chris Evans’ Virgin Radio …

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Poetry & Prose. The Prose.

Out of the blue, I was contacted by Ahmed Shooble, a Sports Journalist (who was the first recipient of the SJA sports journalism diversity scholarship in 2019).  He works for the SW Londoner and. although his passion is football, he was keen to learn about Cambridge Park and its members during lockdown.  The article was …

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Getting Creative!

I was looking out for the predicted pink moon last night but apparently it wasn’t visible in the UK, or in London anyway, due to the clouds.  I was hoping to get a stunning photo but it wasn’t to be! Now on to photos, Laurence has been baking – Barbara P watch out as you …

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It’s the Weekend!

Old Saturday mornings.  Good for washing, housework, baking, nipping to the supermarket and checking out your kit for the afternoon game. Current Saturday mornings.  You can do all of the above, although nipping out to the supermarket can take a while by the time you’ve queued.  I haven’t been to Sainsbury’s for 3 weeks.  Considering …

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20 C on Sunday????

Well that would be good, wouldn’t it?  We could all do with a bit of warmth following on from the cold winds this week. I had an email from Barry and Amanda up in sunny Southport.  They are both well and said hi to everyone and to stay safe.  Barry qualified as a Bowls Umpire …

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Sockgate and Fruit/Veg Boxes

Sorry for the delay as I’m sure the excitement has been building up over the last few days!  Will she/ won’t she? Despite the mounting excitement, first there’s something much more useful for you if you’re unable to get out. Nadine has let us know that  https://novablooms.com/products/Fruit-and-Veg-Boxes  are putting together fruit, veg, salad boxes and …

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Bowls England – YouTube

Received this notification recently so some of you might be interested in signing up as it will help while away another few hours!   News release – Friday 27th March 2020  Note to County Administrators: Please circulate widely SUBSCRIBE TO BOWLS ENGLAND YOUTUBE CHANNEL NOW Bowls England has today launched its own YouTube channel as part …

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Cheese on Toast Anyone?

Morning! Good to hear everyone (or nearly everyone) clapping last night.  My flat is in a higgeldy piggeldy complex so the balcony looks over part of a communal garden and the front door is over some of the garages.  There were a few of us looking over the back and clapping but then I went …

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Happy Mother’s Day

I wonder what my Mum would do today?  Many of you remember her – June Mansell – played lead with a set of 00 brown bowls.  She was tiny with a terrible habit of smoking(!) but a heart of gold and definitely a do-er.  She would knuckle down and get on with it and put …

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How to Stay Active While At Home – Sport England offering lots of hints, tips, exercises for all

https://www.sportengland.org/news/how-stay-active-while-youre-home There are vigorous exercises for those that want them and sedentary ones for those who don’t or can’t.  Lots of different ideas.  Give one or two a go and let us know how you get on.   Check out the Cambridge Park Bowls Club Facebook page too – I can post things on there …

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Shutdown – 5 Days On

Is it really only 5 days since we shut the club?  It seems like months since a bowl left my hand and I’m sure most of you feel the same. I hope you’re all still well and are being sensible, keeping up the handwashing andng that all import 2 metres from the next person.  This …

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AGM Notice for 16th January

CAMBRIDGE PARK BOWLING AND SPORTS CLUB LTD. CO.NR.00171735 C.A.S.C.   Cambridge Park East Twickenham TW1 2PG   Year Ending April 30th, 2019 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE NINETY THIRD ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING IS TO BE HELD ON   January 16th, 2020 AT 7PM   IN THE CLUB HOUSE CAMBRIDGE PARK BOWLING & SPORTS CLUB …

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Derek James RIP

We were very sorry to learn of the passing of Derek James last week at the grand old age of 95! Derek had been a club member for many many years and a bowler of some standing who passed on his knowledge to new bowlers when starting out. Over the last few years, he hadn’t …

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RIP Ken Wilson

It is with great sadness that we learned of the passing of Ken Wilson yesterday. Ken was a month short of his 91st birthday and had been poorly for the last couple of months and had been admitted to hospital recently. Ken was a true gentleman, a great sportsman – cricket being one of his …

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Subscriptions 2019-2020

Subscription invoices will be sent out at the beginning of May. The Board of Directors has agreed the following subscription fees for 2019 – 2020. Combined Outdoor and Indoor membership – £215 (Including £10 towards the indoor green and £5 for a new locker). Indoor membership only – £105 (Including £10 towards the indoor green …

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Potters Tour 2019

This year’s Mid Week Festive Break runs from 25th-29th November.  There’s a list to sign up and booking forms to complete at the club.  Please return both – one form per person and deposit of £40 per person by end February latest. Any questions, see Dawn or Laurence Many thanks. You may be able to …

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What a Middlesex Weekend that was!

It all started on Friday when the Middlesex Ladies took on Surrey across all 6 rinks.  The groundsman assisted with extra watering from Jane, Terry & Laurence during the previous fortnight, had the green in a fantastic condition with 90% grass visible and only the odd patch of brown. There were up and down scores across …

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**NEW** – ABC Sports Injury Clinic in Partnership with Cambridge Park Bowls Club

Opening on Monday, the new ABC Sports Injury Clinic will be launched. Stiff muscles, sore back, creaky knees?  Book an appointment with one of the highly-skilled therapists.  Special rates for CP members but the clinic is also open to non-members. More information from scottcumine@yahoo.co.uk or 07794 304 336 or 07973 654 877 ABC Cambridge Park …

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Potters Tour

We had a great week at Potters and were a bit heavy headed on this our last morning – Congratulations to Steve G, Tricia G, Barry & Teresa F who WON the whole competition – fantastic bowling!  Thanks to Laurence for organising the: Table Football competition – winners Laurence  & Ann M Kerling competition – winners …

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