The Alexandra Bowls Club, was founded in 1893 playing on the public lawns in the beautiful surroundings of Alexandra Park, Hastings. During the 50 match summer season, this historic venue still proudly entertains visiting teams from in and around West Kent and East Sussex along with local teams from Hastings, Bexhill and the surrounding villages.
New Sponsorship Announcement
Alexandra Bowls Club are proud to announce our new sponsor, Crest House Care Home of 6-8 St Matthews Road, St Leonards-on-sea. We would like to thank them for their sponsorship and look forward to a working with them for many seasons to come. Please visit their website at https://cresthousecare.co.uk/ for more information on their excellent service.
Saturday 2nd September saw a busy Finals Day full of competitive matches and glorious sunshine. Thank you to all members that helped on the day and those that came along and supported teh players and made the day as special as always.
Photos will follow but here is the full list of results:
Winners: Gilda Pass & Brian Nealer Runners Up: Eric Upton & John Lightfoot
Winners: Julia Froude & Dave Weston Runners Up: Dave Renno & Phil Arnold
Winner: Doug Rawlings Runner Up: Mark Bilsby
Winner: Bill Smith Runner Up: Dave Weston
Winner: Ron Greenaway Runner Up: Gilda Pass
Winner: Rod Warren Runner Up: Julia Froude
Winner: Eric Upton Runner Up: Ron Greenaway
Winner: Julia Froude Runner Up: Hazel Lambie
Winner: Dave Harris Runner Up: Dave Smart
Winner: Eric Upton Runner Up: Yvonne Bilsby
M and M Trophy:
Winners: Janet Millard, Chris Price & Rob Reeves Runners Up: Shirley Lighfoot, Graham Ingram & Phil Arnold
Winners: Gilda Pass, Jim Mitchell & Mark Jarvis Runners Up: Hazel Lambie & Ron Greenaway
2017 Tea Rota
360 Degree view of our green
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120 Year Celebrations
On Thursday 27th June 2013, we celebrated our 120 year existence with a Tournament on the green in Alexandra Park. Six other clubs, St. Leonards, Clive Vale, Hastings, Hollington, Staplecross and Gullivers, were invited to play and happily, the rain stayed away, despite the forecast of teatime rain.
Club member and local author Dave Renno has written a fascinating 152 page book on the history of our club.
The book details the development of the club to the present day, its involvement in establishing the game of indoor bowls in the town together with many photographs and records of Annual General Meetings from the past 120 years.
Please visit the link below for information on this and many other of Dave's books:
2017 Fixtures with Dress Code for each match - Left Click to Enlarge
New Members Welcome
Membership of our Club is open to all regardless of ages, gender, nationality, ethnicity, religion or other beliefs, or disability (subject to the requirements of the game of bowls).
If you would like to "have a go", just turn up on a Monday or Tuesday morning, during the Summer Season, just before 10 o'clock when our members are having a "roll-up".
Contact us for more information
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Following a foiled opportunistic theft of a Wood during tea in a match, all Woods are now placed in centre of the green or by the clubhouse.