With the further easing of COVID-19 restrictions, Spalding Indoor Bowls Club looks forward to being able to fully reopen to members old and new.
The club, based at the Castle Sports Centre, was founded in 1973 and its players have achieved many Junior and Senior accolades at County, National and International levels.
The club prides itself on being a social club and provides indoor bowls at all levels whether a beginner, a club bowler or someone who has aspirations to compete at higher levels.
Roger Perkins, SIBC club chairman, said: “I know our members have really missed the club and the ability to be able to socialise.
“We have been closed for most of the last year and the short period we were able to open only allowed for very limited and socially distanced play. Before lockdown we were fund raising for remote score pads that will enable scores to be logged without leaving the rink, making that process safer and more convenient for all.
“We hope to carry on with this and to continue investment in the club as soon as lockdown is over.”
The club will be running limited leagues during the remainder of the summer season with a return to a full league schedule in October.
League games are played Monday to Friday and Sunday morning in a variety of game formats. The Junior section meets on Saturday morning.
Club Development Officer, Anthony Cronin added: ‘We will be holding open days in July with follow up coaching sessions for new members in August and September. The open days will give anyone the opportunity to come along, meet club members and most importantly have a go. “
Full details will be publicised nearer the time but if anyone would like more information or to register an interest in attending can contact Cronin via email at email@example.com or call 07525 360180.