Epping Bowls Club

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 The 2018 season will soon be under way.


For anyone interested there will be the opportunity for you to try out bowls. Just wear flat soled trainer type shoes.

Come & Try days SUNDAY 29TH APRIL OR SUNDAY 27TH MAY 10.30am - 3.30pm - FREE.

Epping Bowls Club, Epping Sports Club, Lower Bury Lane, Epping CM16 5HA (opposite Epping St John’s School – back entrance)

For more information phone:

Ron Perryman - Mens Captain on 01992 574979

Lorraine Mead - Ladies Captain on 01992 572938


Epping bowls club has been in existence since 1911. There are both Ladies and Gents sections and lots of mixed friendlies throughout the season.

The club can be a base for beginners, social members and for those who wish to play in more competitive competitions within the county.

Club members are encouraged to play in some of the in-house club competitions with the silverware being presented at our annual dinner leading up to Christmas.

There are also several social nights to attend throughout the outdoor season.

The club has a reputation for being a warm and welcoming group and we are especially proud of this.


Bowls is a social game but like all sports, can have its competitive edge. If you are a beginner, you can take advantage of our coaching sessions and as you progress, you will be exposed to more competitive matches.

Whatever the result, you can debate it at length while using our bar and canteen facilities.


There are sets of bowls for you to use until you make your mind up which type suits you best. We have an inexpensive dress code which is relaxed after 17:00 for casual roll ups if there is no other official match in progress.


The club is run and managed by the committee made up from its members. Everyone though has a part to play in keeping the grounds playable and maintaining the facilities.

If you feel you would like to contribute to keeping this wonderful and traditional club alive in Epping, please go to our contacts link above and let us know.

As we move closer to the start of our 2018 season we are delighted to announce a cash boost from the Tesco Bags of Help initiative. The Club was chosen as one of three local projects to benefit from the scheme which ran throughout November and December. Customers were urged to put blue tokens in boxes supporting local projects, every time they shop.


Now the Club has received £1,000 towards the task of raising funds to replace its cantankerous mowers. Anne Munro, Club Secretary, said “This is a great injection for club funds and we are delighted. Thank you to all who put their tokens in our box. Bowls is a great game for all the family.”

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