Welcome to Hornsea Indoor Bowls Club. We strive to make all existing and new members feel welcome at our Club and provide help in any way we can. We are fully accessible and cater to all ages and abilities.
Our fully qualified coaches are always pleased to welcome new bowlers and offer their extensive knowledge free of charge for four sessions to help introduce them to the game and the techniques of bowls. Equipment hire is free.
CORONAVIRUS UPDATE 19/03/2020
Unfortunately, the Directors and Management have had to make the decision to close the club for the next three months.
This decision was not taken lightly, but on the advice of the Government and due to the age range within our club it was a necessary precaution to protect our members.
We will endeavour to keep our members updated on the current situation via our website.
We are trying to contact everyone, but as I am sure everyone will understand this is quite a laborious task and is taking some time.
If you haven’t heard from us yet we are very sorry for the delay, and will try our best to make sure everyone is notified as soon as possible.
The club will not be open to any members or public from Monday 23rd March 2020 until further notice.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR UNDERSTANDING AT THIS DIFFICULT TIME
Statement – UPDATE Coronavirus (COVID-19)
With the Government and Public Health England having advised the Country that we are now in the ‘Suppression’ phase of the COVID-19 plan, the Board of Directors met today to discuss how this would affect its Member Clubs and Counties.
The EIBA are aware that over last couple of days of many Indoor Clubs have already made the decision to close permanently until the start of the new season (September 2020) or to temporarily suspend bowls and review the situation on a regular basis.
However, for those Clubs who have yet to make a decision and are waiting for guidance from the EIBA we wish to strongly advise that you suspend bowling and review on a regular basis or close the club until further notice.
With the age profile and the potential of underlying heath issues of bowlers, putting the majority of them in the ‘at risk’ category, the sport has a duty of care to lessen the chance of them contracting COVID-19.
The EIBA Board have also discussed and will be releasing statements, over the next few days, specifically on the following operational matters: –
• 2020-2021 National Competition entries
• 2020 Summer Competitions
• Re-scheduling of the 2019-2020 National Competition Finals
• The AGM scheduled for 16th May 2020
• EIBA Head Office
As always, the EIBA will be monitoring the situation and as and when appropriate, advise its Members and Indoor Bowlers of any actions which need to be taken.
Updated 18th March 2020
On 13/03/2020 the following Countries and areas have Coronavirus implications for returning travellers or visitors.
So please self isolate if you (or anyone you have been in contact with) have travelled to any of the following Countries:
Wuhan city and Hubei Province
Daegu or Cheongdo
Republic of Korea
TRY A NEW SPORT
Hornsea Indoor Bowls Club
welcomes new bowlers to open days
Come along – all ages welcome
One on one coaching and an introduction to a great game
Sunday 8th and Sunday 22nd March
10am – 12.30pm
Alfie has been selected to play for Yorkshire!!
Bowls is a friendly sport for all ages and abilities
Why not book in on a Monday Morning, Tuesday evening, or Friday Morning as the club offers 4 FREE lessons to anyone interested in giving Bowls a try.
All equipment can be borrowed including bowls, shoes and mobility aids, if required.