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16/01/2021

Win a car with Chipping Campden Bowling Club

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Chipping Campden Bowling Club has launched a raffle to win a car. It is hoped that the raffle will raise much needed funds for the club.

The £10,000 car, a Ford Fiesta Zetec 1.25, has been supplied by Cutts of Campden Ford Dealership.

Tickets are just ¬£10 with all proceeds going to the Club. Tickets can be purchased directly from Bowling club members – just pop into the Clubhouse or visit www.ccbowlingclub.co.uk.

The new web site has been developed so that people can purchase draw tickets online.

The grand Draw is taking place on Saturday 26th September 2009 at the Club House. Everyone is welcome to join us on the day.

Please support your local community and perhaps you will be the lucky winner of a brand new car.

Chipping Campden Bowling Club are a flat green lawn bowls club on the edge of Chipping Campden in an area of outstanding natural beauty in the North Cotswolds.

We have an excellent six rink bowling green to Bowls England standards and a clubhouse that is the envy of many of our visiting opponents.

On the green we have a club night every Monday when members turn up to practice and socialise.

We then have various friendly men’s, women’s and mixed matches in the evening during the week or on Saturday or Sunday afternoons.

Our fixture list is quite big and you decide which matches you would like to be considered for.

We also run our own club competitions in which you will play in knockout tournaments. There are a variety of competitions including men’s and ladies singles; men’s, ladies and mixed pairs and also mixed triples. These competitions follow the normal rules of bowls and they usually start at the beginning of the season in May.

Our club is a proud member of Bowls England and also of Gloucestershire Bowling Association.

Chipping Campden Bowling Club
Station Road, Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire GL55 6LB

Telephone: 01386 593810
www.ccbowlingclub.co.uk

Source: Chipping Campden Bowling Club

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