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BOWLS BIG WEEKEND 2021

By JEANETTE DALY Yorkshire Bowling Association

Tuesday, 9 March 2021

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BOWLS’ BIG WEEKEND TO SHOWCASE ‘SPORT FOR ALL’

Taking place over the Spring Bank Holiday of the 2021 season (Friday 28th to Monday 31st May), Bowls’ Big Weekend is a national initiative offering clubs the opportunity to promote our welcoming and socially distanced sport and attract new members.We know that 20% of new bowlers join our sport on the back of open weekends, that our clubs want support to help recruit new players and that there are plenty of people out there who would love to have a go at bowls.

Bowls' Big Weekend is open to clubs affiliated to Bowls England and British Crown Green Bowling Association and is being run alongside the Bowls Development Alliance and Disability Bowls England. It takes place over the four-day period allowing clubs to organise activity that best fits within their club’s calendar and complies with Return to Play guidance.

Affiliated clubs who sign up will be able to access FREE resources, including bowls-specific workshops to help run a great event and grow your club. In addition, publicity material and creative resources for social media channels, websites and within your local community will be made available. It will be supported by a national marketing campaign to help raise awareness of the events across the country, and some clubs will get a visit from an England Commonwealth Games Squad bowler.

To ensure that you are the first to receive notification when new material is available, as well as being on our exclusive mailing list for workshops where numbers are strictly limited, sign-up here.

Best wishes

Matt Wordingham,

Content Officer Bowls England www.bowlsengland.com

Contact Information

Steve Atkinson

Find Yorkshire Bowling Association

York, North Yorkshire

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