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Reigate Priory Bowling Club

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Updated 06/12/2018

Accredited 2018


The first in the week is held every Monday evening; we meet up around 6 pm and start playing at 6.30 pm, although this is brought forward as the evenings start to shorten towards the end of the season Continue reading


All our matches against other clubs are previously arranged by the match secretary and entered in the fixture card and can be viewed on the web site.  Continue reading

You can obtain an application form by sending an email to the Membership Secretary here or if you wish you can download and print the Full Membership Application Form  here or the Social Membership Application Form here.

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The dress code for bowls has become more relaxed in recent years, but there are still some requirements.  Continue reading


Every season we hold a variety of club competitions.  Continue reading


We have some special events during the season (See Social Calendar Web Page here). Continue reading


Social Members, once accepted by the Main Committee, are allowed to visit the Club at any time on a non-playing basis and use the club facilities. Continue reading


The membership fee for a playing member is currently £100 per year payable at the first social get together in April. New members to the Club pay £50 for their first year's subscription to allow them to purchase the items they will need to play bowls i.e. clothing, set of bowls, shoes and club shirt. Junior membership (those under the age of 18 at 30 April) is £20.


The membership fees are reviewed each year and if any change is deemed necessary this will be put to the Annual General Meeting held in October, for approval.  Membership is open to all, regardless of age, ability, gender, race, ethnicity, religious belief, sexuality or social/economic status.


Social membership is currently available for a nominal £15 per year and entitles the social member to attend the Club and take part in any social events. Many former playing members become social members when they are no longer able to bowl as this enables them to keep in touch with the friends they have made over the years.


Membership fees help to go some way towards financing the running expenses of the Club and keep it open for the community as a whole