Archive for 2017

Newport Crown Green Bowling Club

Presentation Evening 2017 The Club held its annual presentation evening in the Club house on Saturday, 25th November with over fifty members present. In President David Doody’s absence through illness, the evening programme was introduced by the Club Treasurer, Bill Titley and the presentations were made by President-elect, Ian Titley. Bill Titley welcomed those bowling members who had turned out…read more →

Wally still winning at 96

Wally still winning at 96 November 23rd 2017 FANTASTIC !!!

Annual President’s Dinner

On Saturday, 14th October David Doody, the Club’s President, welcomed 31 members and guests to the Annual Dinner at the bowling club. Following the Grace, said by John Williamson, members enjoyed a delicious 3 course meal, prepared and served by Faye and her expert team of helpers. In his address, Mr. Doody said that the Club had enjoyed another successful…read more →


Newport First Responder, Russell Brooks, received a cheque for £86 from Newport Bowling Club President, David Doody at a Defibrillator training demonstration on 17th May to go towards the purchase of their new vehicle for the Shropshire Ambulance service. In his response, Russel thanked the members of the bowling club and proceeded to give a lecture and practical demonstration on…read more →

Newport Crown Green Bowling Club Open Day

Newport (Salop) Bowling ClubInvite you and your family To come and visit us at our open day on Sunday 2nd April 201711.00am until 4.00pm We are located on Granville Avenue Newport(next to the Cricket Club and Burton Borough School) Who Are We Newport (Salop) Bowling Club was established in 1904 (so we have been around for over 100 years). The…read more →


on 11th FEB. 2017 AT NEWPORT BOWLS CLUB Once again, by popular demand, Black Country comedy vocal duo, Alan and Glynnis Brisco, popularly known as “Dandy”, returned to Newport to entertain an eighty strong audience at Newport Bowling Club on Saturday, 11th February. Their programme combining a mixture of Black Country humour with popular sixties songs was once again a…read more →