The committee has decided to cancel this event due to the pandemic.
On Saturday, Town held their annual barbeque. This event had been postponed twice by the weather and despite a poor forecast it was decided to go ahead. The weather turned out to be warm with a few showers so the decision was vindicated. The event was organised by Sue Allen, Keith and Sandra Brayne . Head chef was Keith Baston … Read More
The BBQ due to be held on Saturday July 24 has been postponed due to the poor weather forecast. It is hoped that it can be rearranged for a weekend in August.
Kingsbridge Town opened their brand new green on 21 April. The original green was damaged by a sewage leak in 2019 and had become unplayable. The new green is the result of 18 months of work by all the members. The renewal was organised by Chairman Ray Lancaster and special mention must be made to Captain Keith Brayne who worked … Read More
Kingsbridge Town put away their bowls last Saturday and let their hair down to take part in a Games Evening at the Clubhouse. This involved a Round Robin of 6 games played by 12 teams of 2 players, who were drawn together. The games consisted of Bar Skittles, Carpet Bowls, Putting, Quoits, Shut the Box , Bounce Off and Name … Read More
Kingsbridge Town held their Captain’s Day on Sunday in glorious weather. The event is held for charity and the recipient was Cancer Research UK. It was organised by Captain David Thorne and his wife Marion and it proved to be a most successful afternoon. To begin with, 5 teams of 3 players played a Round Robin and the eventual … Read More
On Saturday Town held their Annual Barbeque in glorious weather under the stewardship of Social Organiser Sue Allen. The chef was Keith Baston ably assisted by club captain David Thorne. The side dishes and sweets were provided by Sue Allen and Marion Thorne and club members too numerous to mention but well appreciated by some 40 players and guests. A … Read More
Kingsbridge Town opened the new season on Wednesday when new President Roy Kendall bowled the ceremonial first bowl of the season. It is all change this season as Roy has taken over the presidency from Pierre Verniquet ,David Thorne has assumed the captaincy from Keith Baston and Eric Fitch has taken over as Treasurer from Marion Thorne Town are pleased … Read More
On Saturday, Town held a Quiz at the Clubhouse which was enjoyed by both club members and friends. The evening was arranged by Sue and Graham Allen with help from Marion Thorne and Sandra Brayne. The Quizmaster Nigel set the questions as usual and the event was won by Club Secretary Tim Lewis’s team from South Milton. A raffle was … Read More
Town held their annual President’s and Captain’s day 0n Wednesday. In this event all proceeds go to charity and the worthy recipients were Cancer Research UK. It proved to be a poignant occasion as both President Pierre Verniquet and Captain Keith Baston are standing down after this season. The event commenced with a Spider Competition in which all bowlers form … Read More