FRINTON BOWLS CLUB 1920-2023
We are a welcoming, friendly and competitive club and we have one of the best greens in our area. If you are looking for a new club or a change of sport to take up, why not give us a look
We can be found in Frinton Playing Fields Park off Roydon Way. Ample parking is available within the park gates.
Members both ladies and gentlemen take part in leagues and competitions with clubs within the Tendring district and across the county.There are also plenty of opportunities to practice, join in social roll ups and competitions within the club.
For those that may be new to bowls we have qualifield coaches to guide you through the rules and etiquette of the game. Bowls are available at the club for your use. We have excellent facilities: a large club house, ladies and gents changing rooms and also a well-stocked bar with a wide range of drinks available to you.
The Bowls season out doors runs from April through to September, but the club is open all year round with various social events and carpet bowls in the club house. We welcome both playing members, social members and visitors to watch matches.
History of the Club
The Club was founded in 1920 and was situated where Frinton Library is now. It was known as Frinton Town at this time.
There were two clubs in Frinton; the other was in Queens Road. The Club moved its site in the park in the early 1950s. Its building was a wooden clubhouse but in 1960-67 a new Club House was built, paid for and donated by member Jack Carroll. In 1994-95 this was extended to its standing of today. We belong to the Bowls England and the Essex County Bowling Association and we would be pleased to meet you whether you are new to bowls or are an experienced player.