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Outdoor season starts mid-April 2024

By Sue Allison Chester-le-Street Bowling Club

Sunday, 4 February 2024

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Chester-le-Street Bowling Club Contributor

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Thank goodness January is over! We are that much closer to the start of the 2024 season and have already entered teams for three local Leagues - Pelton Fell Vets, Durham County Vets, and Sunderland District Howey League.

Many of us have been playing indoors - at Stanley or at Durham - and very much enjoying the challenges of the indoor version, but are certainly looking forward to the fresh outdoors!

The list of outdoor fixtures, showing which are at Home and Away, will appear on this site in the coming weeks. We hope you will come and support us at our Home fixtures in particular. Maybe bring a picnic and sit in the gardens surrounding the greens? You might even catch sight of a Croquet match on the top lawn, as they share our facilities here at the Riverside.

One favour we would ask, though, is to remember the Greens are a playing surface, not a playground for football, bike rides etc. The grass takes a lot of looking after so we simply ask for your co-operation.

Hope to see you in the Spring.

Contact Information

Sue Allison

Find Chester-le-Street Bowling Club

The Pavillion, Riverside Park, Chester Le Street, Durham, DH3 3PN

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Additional Information

Get precise directions to the car park by using www.What3Words.com///famed.starts.system (parking fees apply). The clubhouse is located behind the snack bar/toilets to the north of the car park - 5 minute walk. Parking Charges are detailed in the photo section of the home page.