On July 22nd Rhiwbina Bowls Club enjoyed a visit from WBA President, Paul Watkins, and his invitation team to celebrate our 100th season of bowling. Taking place during the latest heatwave, this was an opportunity to see Rhiwbina at its best. Hospitality was provided by Rhiwbina Ladies’ Bowls Club, with liquid refreshment courtesy of Rhiwbina Recreation Club’s bar, all of which made for a memorable occasion. We wish to thank all our visitors for taking part, and especially WBA Asst. Secretary John Manfield for all the arrangements made to make the day a great success.
Rhiwbina Bowls Club celebrates its centenary season this year and is extremely grateful for the generous sponsorship of Walbrook Public Relations. To mark the occasion, the Club has returned to its original Club colours, as displayed on new team shirts for a recent WBA match. Later this year, in July, a celebration match against a WBA President’s Team will take place.
Rhiwbina Bowls Club awarded ‘Be Active Wales’ funding
We have received a share of funding aimed at supporting grassroots sports clubs through the Covid-19 crisis and into the future. We were awarded funding by Sport Wales’ Be Active Wales Fund to help us get through the next few months as we prepare for the 2021 season.
Thanks to the Welsh Government and repurposed money from the National Lottery, the Be Active Wales Fund enables clubs to apply for grants Protect or Prepare during the pandemic and Progress into the future.
Some clubs need the funding to help them stay afloat, while other clubs are using the money to make any adaptations required to ensure their activities are safe once they are given the green light by Welsh Government for their sport to restart. Others are ready to move forward and progress with a project which will enable more people to enjoy sport like our members do.
We are extremely grateful to the Welsh Government and National Lottery for this vital support via the Sport Wales Be Active Fund.
Prior to our latest local and national lockdowns, Members were increasingly using the bar in a socially distanced way. It was great to see several capacity nights of Club Members enjoying themselves. Now we have completed our national lockdown, rules have been relaxed slightly and we will be open again for Members to meet and enjoy a drink or two.
We will be open for the following hours this week:
|Thursday 12th||6pm||10pm||Regulars Thursday get together|
7 PM, Ireland V Wales in the Autumn Nations Cup
|Saturday 14th||4pm||10pm||Groups of up to 4 people welcome all evening.|
|Sunday 15th||Wales are playing football at 5pm. Do the sections want the Club open to watch this? DM us please.|
A reminder of the guidance:
- Groups of up to 4 from different households are now permissible.
- Larger groups from the same household can meet.
- Wear a mask when entering and leaving.
- Wash your hands.
- Stay socially distanced
- Table service will be in place
- Pre-book your table size and slot at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Cara and Mike will be delighted to help you.
If you have any questions, please send an email to: email@example.com
RRC Management Committee
09 November, 2020