Cove Bowling Club


Cove Bowling Club welcomes new members at any time in the year. The club is happy to arrange four free lessons for brand new bowlers of any age, and all are welcome.

-Novice lessons for bowlers with no previous experience: basic skills of bowling for four 2 hour lessons.
-Improver's course: usually run on a 1-1 basis. You can drop into the club when other members are there or email the club if you would like more information.

There are four membership options: Adults Members (aged 18+), Senior Citizens (aged 65+) and Juniors (aged under 18 years or in full time education) includes use of all facilities of the club at any time; Short Mat Bowling & Social Membership includes social membership which allows use of the Short Mat bowling facilities during the Non Bowling Season and also the facilities of the clubhouse throughout the year excluding the outdoor bowling green; Social Membership (for members of any age) includes use of the clubhouse and facilities but excluding the bowling green and short mat. Please email the Club and state your name, address and the type(s) of membership required.

About Cove Bowling Club

Cove Bowling Club was founded in 1910 and is a friendly outdoor bowls club situated in Farnborough. It is affiliated to Bowls England, Bowls Hampshire, North Hampshire WBA, Farnham & District BA, Blackwater Valley BA and Aldershot & District BA. The Club currently has 2 fully qualified coaches through the English Bowls Coaching Scheme (EBCS).

Good to know

User Cost/Charge Information
Novice lessons: £20 for four 2 hour lessons (refundable from the joining fee for new members).

Membership fees:
Adult: £103.00
Senior Citizens: £97.00
Junior: £25.00
Short Mat Bowling & Social Membership: £20.00
Social Membership: £10.00

Find out more

Cove Bowling Club

01252 510286 (during summer season)





53 Horn Road
Hampshire GU14 8RW

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