Lawn Bowls and Carpet Bowls
Angemering Carpet Bowls ClubThe bowls club in Angmering generally meet on Tuesdays and Wednesdays in Angmering Village Hall.
Arundel Bowling Club
Bowls in the middle of ArundelArundel Bowling Club is over 100 years old and is set in a fantastic location opposite the main entrance to Arundel Castle.
The club has a relaid green which is large enough for six full size rinks.
ABC also has its own clubhouse and private parking - more than useful for a club situated so close to Arundel town centre.
Billingshurst Bowls ClubFriendly bowls club founded in 1932 which welcomes new members.
East Grinstead Bowling ClubThe club have been playing on the Mount Noddy recreation ground for the thick end of a century and welcome people who are new to the sport of bowl.
East Preston & Kingston Bowls ClubFounded 1924.
Field Place Bowls ClubBowls club in Worthing which was formerly a men only bowls club, but which now become a mixed bowls club.
Henfield Bowling ClubLong-established bowling club with good club facilities and coaching available for bowlers who are new to the sport.
Horsham Bowling ClubA mixed bowls club and who play mens, ladies and mixed matches with other clubs in Sussex, Surrey and Hampshire.
Horsham Park Bowls ClubWelcoming bowls club in who have been playing in Horsham Park for over 40 years.
Hove & Kingsway Bowls ClubHigh class bowls club based on Hove seafront just west of the King Alfred Leisure Centre with 4 greens. If you like your bowls windy, this is the place to play.
Lindfield Bowling ClubHigh class bowls club who compete successfully in the Surrey / Sussex Border league for men and Mid Sussex mixed league.
There's a useful page on the site about how to get started in bowls which helps you work out what equipment and clothing you need, the basics of technique and so on. Even if you are not thinking of joining Lindfield, you may find this worth reading.
Slightly bizarrely (but wonderfully) the website also contains a history of Sussex from the Ice Age to the 19th century (why stop there?) and a brilliant Stranger than Fiction section subtitled Heroes, Healers, Hoaxers and Hit-Men. Recommended.
Southwater Bowls ClubSmall friendly bowls club with around 70 members, playing outdoors in the summer and short mat bowls in the winter.
Steyning Priory Bowls ClubThe bowls club in Steyning play competitive matches across central Sussex and, back in Steyning, enjoying playing at the Memorial Playing Field in Mill Road.
Tarring Priory Bowls ClubA men only bowling club situated in Worthing who take part in the West Sussex League.
The Brighton Bowling ClubFounded 1892. The Club's six rink outdoor green is available all day, any day with regular friendly matches on Wednesday and Saturday afternoons.
West Sussex Bowls Touring ClubThe club has been going since 1955 and has an annual tour which sounds like a lot of fun.
West Tarring Bowls ClubWest Tarring Bowls Club is a mixed lawn bowls club whose members play at Field Place which is near Durrington Station in Worthing. WTBC's members are mainly men and all standards of bowls player are welcome.
The club has been playing bowls in the Worthing area for over 80 years and its nickname - The Bishops - derives from the period between the first and second world wars when the club's home green was in the Thomas A Becket area of the town.
Worthing Pavilion Bowls ClubWorthing Pavilion Bowls Club is open 362 days a year and has both indoor and outdoor rinks. Junior bowlers (over the age of 10) are welcome and the club has good facilities for disabled people who want to enjoy the sport of bowls. Most important of all, the greens are good and the members friendly.
West Sussex Short Mat Bowls AssociationContains absolutely tons of brightly coloured information on around 30 short mat bowls clubs in the county.
Sussex County Bowling AssociationMore brightly coloured yet useful information at the County Association website
Bowls EnglandSince the start of 2008 Bowls England has been the organising body for outdoor flat green bowling.
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