Bradley Park Bowling Club
Bradley has an all weather bowling green and the aim is to offer the facility to anyone that would like to make use of it 12 months of the year.
As well as just coming along and enjoying a friendly game of bowls they can offer the chance for you to play league matches:
Monday night we play in the Wrexham pairs league and this is used to bring on beginners who are teamed up with an experienced player start time is 18-
Tuesday afternoon we play in the Wrexham area Veterans League this is for ladies aged 55 yrs. and over and Gents aged 60 yrs and over, start time is 14-
Saturday afternoon we play in the Wrexham area league starting time is 14-
When most greens are closed for repairs and feeding etc.; In the Winter months Bradley is able to offer anyone a game of bowls all the year round as we also run a Winter League of our own from October till March with a break for the festival season and a charity match between the restart.
If you are looking for some gentle exercise and the chance of meeting new friends and would like to enjoy the use of our all weather facility please get in touch, your first taster session is free this years fee for 2015 is £20 from April 1st till March 31st for 12 months, Juniors under 18yrs is £5 per year or £1-
We are off Delemere Avenue Gwersyllt next to the cricket club. If you arrive and find the club closed my telephone number is posted on the gate 07763151572 Ray Barnes Chairman Bradley Park Bowling Club.
Spot the Jack
Spot the Jack is a new group that has recently been formed at the request of forward thinking Chairman Ray Barnes at Bradley Bowling Club. It is mainly aimed at people with Special Needs and Disabilities who can attend with their families or their Personal Support.
The Committee is formed by members of the group to enhance their life skills and confidence. People with disabilities can become very isolated, especially in rural towns and the countryside-
There are multiple aids at the club to enhance the game including a specially adapted wheelchair and bowl chute which is regularly used by a young man with cerebral palsy who normally would not get the opportunity to mix with his peers.
There is a huge misconception that people with Special Needs automatically socialise together. This is not the case so to see relationships built and attendance numbers swelling on a weekly basis is an amazing thing.
The Future is Bright for Bradley Bowling Club as it grows into an all inclusive community based project, with constant talks of expanding the facilities and exciting future events including raising funds for any future developments, equipment, with concerts, tea and coffee afternoons, barbecues etc.,.
It is situated in a brilliant central position making it easy for people to get to with ample parking and disabled friendly both on and off the green.
Spot The Jack will probably see numbers diminish for the Winter Season due to people being unable to tolerate the cold weather. However many members of Spot The Jack will continue over the good days in the winter months to keep the continuity of the group going-