Forest Hill Bowling Club
125th Aniversary News
We will be celebrating our 125th Anniversary next year and there will be various events though out the year. There is a special Anniversary New membership offer.
For new members, whether new to bowling or not, then the subscription is £50. (The full price subscription is £100)
Dates for the Crib evenings and Indoor fixtures can be found on the "Winter Season" page.
About the Club
At Forest Hill Bowling Club we play Lawn Bowls. The club was formed
in 1894 and has been at its present location since 1910. The history of the club, written for our Centenary celebration in 1994, can be found here. We will be cellibrating
The club is situated in its own pleasant grounds including gardens, a small wood and its own large car park. The playing green and gardens are maintained by the members. There is a large comfortable clubhouse that houses a well stocked bar, changing rooms, a large club room and a fully fitted kitchen used for catering club events.
We are a friendly club catering for bowls players, and potential players, of all ages and abilities, and new members are always welcome. If you have never played before, or wish to learn more about the game, pay us a visit and let us give you a taste of what is on offer. Coaching is available for beginners from our two EBCS (English Bowls Coaching Association) accredited coaches. Our club nights are Tuesdays and Fridays during the Summer season (April to September).
During the Summer season, there is a full timetable of friendly fixtures and the club takes part in a number of Leagues external competitions.
During the Winter Season many of our members play at an number of
indoor bowls locations and there are a number of indoor friendly games with other clubs. The club house is open Friday evening for drinks and regular Crib evenings. Some of our members also take part in regular walks in both London and the country.
The present annual subscription for full members is £100 and there is a reduction to £50 for new members.
The club is near bus routes 75 and 356. Forest Hill railway station about half a mile away. See Location & Contact page.