Outdoor bowling within the community

Welcome to

Potters Bar Bowls

Club, this year

we are



Our Summer Bowls Season

started on Saturday 20th April

2019 with our traditional

"President's Day".

Click here for details of Presidents Day.  

Our recent Presidents Gala Day coincided with the unveiling of our new WELCOME board, which is now situated at the entrance to the club ground and welcomes you and will advertise at the time the names of visiting bowls clubs. The new board was very kindly sponsored by our 2018 President, Susie Thurlow.

Just a reminder:

Tuesday afternoon Bridge
Starts Tuesday 22nd October and continues every Tuesday, please arrive at 1.15pm. There is space for new players for those that wish to attend. Please contact Martin Eccleshall for further details.

Club news/photos
If you have any photos or articles for possible inclusion in our next "View From The Green" newsletter. Please send to David Arnold, Press Officer.

Potters Bar Bowls Club's Website
Please notify the Website Officer of any errors, typo's etc.

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Minutes of October Management Committee Meeting 2018

Minutes of January Management Committee Meeting 2019

The "Green"


Two great guys, two very very sad announcements


Another sad announcement

Cyril Plummer passed away on the 22nd September 2019. Details of the Funeral arrangements will be sent by email to members.



Retirement of a "couple" of Greenkeepers at end of the summer season 2018

Sadly we announce that Sandra and Rod Smale have decided to concentrate on cutting their own grass at home after four years at PBBC.

The Management Committee, Green Team and all members of PBBC are very grateful for the tremendous contribution that Sandra and Rod have made in keeping our bowling green surface in tip top condition. We wish them both well in their retirement.

In 2017 they were awarded the coverted IOG Industry Award "Greenkeeper/Team" of the year.




A further article on our the Green Team will appear shortly

Hover over HANDBOOK FIXTURES above for dropdown menu of PBBC Competition Results and photos of 2018/2019

Saturday 14th/Sunday 15th September 2019
Club Finals

Captains Day, Saturday 21st September 2019

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SADLBA & SADBA Competition Final/Results

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Lifetime Award for Graham Marriner

Forthcoming dates for your diaries 2019, please refer to your copy of the Handbook for start times etc.

Saturday 7th September SADBA Finals at
Potters Bar. Champion of Champions
Winner: R.Payne, Hemel Hempstead
Runner up: Ron Golden, Potters Bar

Steve Howe Officers Singles
Winner: David Salmon, Potters Bar
Runner up: Alan Munford, Hemel Hempstead

Herts Advertiser Pairs Trophy
Winners: B. Parkes, M. Trembling, Batchwood 
Runners Up: David Salmon and Richard Pearce, Potters Bar

Sunday 8th September SADLBA Finals at
Harpenden. Championship Singles
Winner: Alison Hall, Hatfield

Runner up: Pam Rogers, Potters Bar

SADLBA Triples
Winners: Jackie Bell, Mary Banks, Alison Hall, Hatfield

Runners up: Pam Rogers, Anita Bowman, Ann Wood, Potters Bar

SADLBA Pairs. Monday 9th September
Winners: Diane Jewell, Pam Rogers, Potters Bar
Runners up: Sandra Field, Sue Burbidge,
North Mymms

Saturday 2nd November Annual Dinner Dance & Presentations

Monday 7th October 2019

Bar Bakes for Macmillan


The Bar/Macmillan Team.

Potters Bar Bowls Club is no different from any other bowls club – the average age of members is in the ‘senior citizen’ zone, and unfortunately this means that it has members with challenging medical conditions, some of whom have used, and others may in the future seek, Macmillan support.

It is for this reason that Bar members wanted to help the charity, and whilst the outdoor bowling season may have ended, it continued for Bar members, this time in the kitchen, rather than on the Green. The club held a Macmillan Coffee morning, with the members kindly baking and donating a selection of delicious cakes which were enjoyed by over 40 members.

Members kindly donated raffle prizes and played ‘Macmillan’ games to raise additional funds, with some sending ‘Apologies for absence’ cheques. The target was to raise £250, but Bar members played a winning game, and were delighted to learn that a magnificent sum of £401 had actually been raised for Macmillan.

David Arnold, Press Officer

Affiliated to: B.E., H.B., St A. & D. B.A., St A & D. L. B.A., F & D. B.A.