How do I become a Member of the Victoria Bowling Club..?
Membership is by invitation and anybody interested in joining should contact the club requesting to speak to any committee member. New Members are usually introduced to the Club through existing
members and are expected to have a proposer and seconder. Their proposer will ensure that they have the opportunity to visit the club to play and meet the President and members and have a pot of tea
in the club house.
Membership is subject to approval by the General Committee.
Contact the Membership Secretary
What is the address of the Victoria Bowling Club..?
30 Trafford Road Norwich NR1 2QW;
tel: 07935 802290
What are the Club Fees..?
There is no joining fee. The annual membership subscription is currently £110 for a playing member.
Fees for playing in all evening and one day competition games is £2.50. For casual play (seven ends) the cost is £1.00 a game.
Extended competitions and other events additional fees apply.
Does the Club cater for Beginners..?
The Club has many members who never bowled before joining Victoria but who are now totally committed to the Club and its especially friendly atmosphere. Even if you have never played bowls
before the Club would welcome you and assist in giving instruction and guidance to improve your game.
What is the Dress Code for Members..?
A new member might be surprised to see members playing bowls in casual clothing - no white shirts and grey flannels here! However it is smart casual, so no shorts or jeans please.
Does the Club have "rules" for Members..?
The Club has an unwritten code of conduct that all members are expected to adhere to. Many of these "rules" are just common sense and you will find versions in existence at all bowling
The Victoria does have "traditions" as well, that are peculiar to it, but respected and observed by all the members. For example:
On the completion of an end it is the leads that decide the scores, the winning number two who puts up the score on the score board and the losing number two who gathers the woods.
When casting the cot at the start of an end thought should be given to the ability and strength of the other members in the group and the cot cast to a suitable length.
Can I play a trial first..?
Those who contact the club, with a view to membership, will have the opportunity to play a trial game first to be able to sample the club's facilities.
Casual Play Hours mid April until the end of September.
Monday 1-30pm - 4-30pm
Tuesday 1-30pm - 4-00pm
Wednesday 1-30pm -
Thursday 9.30am - 12.30pm
Friday 1-30pm - 4-00pm
Sunday Closed all day
Other events start and finish times vary according to the type of competition
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