Welcome to Seaford Bowling Club
We're still under the cosh with the awful corona virus pandemic and as a result, the club is closed for the forseeable future - however, we did manage some social distance bowling and we ran two internal club competitions: Tuesday Triples and Thursdays Australian Pairs, with great enthusiasm over the Summer. Both were very enjoyable competitions and it was really lovely to be able to see folks that had been shut away for nigh on four months! Let's hope that with the newly created vaccines we'll start to see a reduction in the numbers of covid-19 cases and things will eventually revert to some sort of normality.
We're always on the look-out for new members, so if you are interested... do not hesitate to get in touch. Bowling is an extremely enjoyable and sociable sport and although for some of us, it is also the most frustrating sport, it is well worth the effort to try out and see if you like it. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
June Lewis, our membership secretary will be able to email you or chat to you about the different memberships we have.
In the meantime, please stay safe, keep washing those hands and let's all pray that normal life will resume again very soon.
Welcome to Sunny Seaford! We are a coastal town situated mid-way between Brighton and Eastbourne and we have approximately 25,000 residents. Towns by the sea are known to be affected by sea breezes but down here in the south we get a very fair share of sunshine.
Seaford Bowling Club was founded in 1912. We are a private club and we can be found at the junction of Chichester Road and Blatchington Road, Seaford, East Sussex. We are an outdoor bowling club with an excellent green. We also boast a fabulous pavilion with a well-stocked bar. In addition to our games against local clubs, we are always pleased to welcome touring teams. Overall about 120 games are played between the end of April, until the finish at the end of September each year. We have a good social side in the 'out of season' months when Short Mat is played indoors. We also run Crib, Domino and Whist evenings.
We do have vacancies, and it doesn't matter if you are an established bowler or a brand newbie... our fees are lower than most.
We are an integrated Club and our fixtures include many mixed games in addition to Ladies or Gents matches. There are also many internal competitions and local league games for those Ladies or Gents who wish to take part. We also encourage any members who wish to play at County or National Level.
If you already live in the area or intend to move into Seaford and wish to join please contact our Membership Secretary, June and she will be pleased to help. Visit our Membership information page for more details. The game of Bowls is one of the best social games around and you will make many new friends very quickly.
We look forward to meeting you!
Our online rink diary allows our club members to make rink bookings at anytime without the need to visit the club or phone the booking secretary. Initially members will need to either register online or be registered by the Rink Diary administrator.
After you've registered a confirmation email will be sent providing login information. You will not receive this immediately - it needs to be approved by the administrator.
Members will need to provide a valid email address in order to register. In order to book a rink, members will be able to login directly to the club's rink diary website using their login and password details at any time and from anywhere that suits them.
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HOW TO FIND US
Entering the town from Eastbourne past the war memorial and a pedestrian crossing, turn next right by Tesco's, keep to the left fork down the hill into Blatchington road past an industrial unit and turn left into Chichester Rd and the Club entrance is on your right..
Coaches from Eastbourne should continue through the town past the Station. After the S bend turn right into Salisbury Road. (Skip next paragraph.)
Coming from the Newhaven / Brighton direction come into the town past the White Lion and the British Legion. Turn left into Grosvenor Road ( or Salisbury Road if you missed! )
At the end of either road turn right into Kedale Road which drops down to Chichester Road. Turn left and the Club is on your left at the bottom of the hill. The last section is quite narrow and often congested with parked cars. Coaches normally park in Kedale road to avoid this.
Coming from the Alfriston direction, just past the Cemetery wall bear right into Vale Road. Follow Vale road to the end - turn right, past Blatchington Pond to a crossroads. Straight across into Blatchington Road, round the curve and the Club is on your right. Turn right into Chichester Rd to the Club entrance.
Please park in Chichester Road or Kedale Road because Blatchington road opposite the Club or near the junction with Chichester Road is quite a narrow stretch and many have had wing mirrors or worse removed by light lorries/vans trying to pass!