Kingsclere Bowling Club

William Holding Field,
Ashford Hill Road, Kingsclere, RG20 5NY

We are holding open evenings every Thursday in May. Where anyone can give it a try for free. No equipment is required just flat soled shoes or trainers. Everyone is welcome from ages 10 to 90+.

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Kingsclere bowling club is a friendly, vibrant club based in the village of Kingslere on the Hampshire/Berkshire border.

Whether you are a beginner, have played for many years or just fancy something new, come down and have a look around.

Bowls is a very family friendly game. We run mixed teams and our members ages range from young to old. The season runs from April to the end of September but we run social events throughout the winter months.

Kingsclere Bowling Club welcomes new members.

If you are interested in joining us then please call in to the club on any evening or weekend during the summer, meet our members, watch a match, and have a drink whilst enjoying the action. You would be very welcome and we can arrange a “have a go” session for you.

Useful Links
Bowls England
Bowls Hampshire
Basingstoke & District Bowling Association

Residents from North Hampshire and Berkshire have enjoyed playing outdoor bowls and socialising since the club was formed in 1935. The club is affiliated to Bowls England and Bowls Hampshire.

All ages are welcome. We are a privately owned club, managed and run by elected officials and committees. Members help out with the general running of the club such as assisting the ground staff, bar duties, club house cleaning, and preparing and serving light suppers and meals to visiting teams.

We enter various competitions for individuals, pairs, and teams for women, men, and mixed sexes. Teams play in the Basingstoke & District Bowling Association (BDBA), Whitchurch & District Bowling League (WDBL), Stan Hardman Mixed Triples League, and Bowls Hampshire competitions.

At weekends throughout the summer (May to September) we hold friendly club matches for everyone, regardless of their experience, for club trophies. Also, on some weekends we act as hosts for matches against visiting clubs from outside our area e.g. Portsmouth, Woolston, Hungerford, Kintbury, Thatcham, to name but a few. We then usually field teams to visit and play return matches at their venues. These are very enjoyable social events which include meeting old friends and making new ones.

Social events are also held during and outside the playing season such as skittles, race nights and bingo. In winter the club is open on some week nights for playing darts and pool, and bar refreshments.

Bowls is a sport for all. It can be played by all ages, abilities and sexes. It can improve your general health. It is not just a sport; you can enjoy a varied and active social life at the club. It is ideal for meeting new people, socialising and meeting new challenges.

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(* Includes entry into club singles for your own particular gender).


Notice to Members regarding the implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

As you are no doubt aware the above regulation came in to force on 25th May 2018. This requires that any organisation which holds and retains personal data of any individuals has the permission of those individuals to retain, store and use that data.

As a club we have access to your personal data: the data you have supplied is usually in the form of name, address, telephone number and email address.

You have our assurance that any information which we hold now or in the future is digitally stored securely by our Club Secretary and other officers of the club on a need to know basis.

This data will only be used for communication to other clubs when organising fixtures and competitions. This data will never be passed on, shared, or sold to a third party. Your consent to us holding this data can be withdrawn at any time by writing to the club secretary.

The Sandy Walker Memorial Trophy was held on Saturday 3 rd August 2019. Joan Walker hosted a wonderful afternoon of competitive bowling. The final was a close-run match with Elaine Stephens, Andy Fisher and Daniel Meredith emerging triumphant. The match was followed by a delicious meal, a big thank you to everyone involved.

Meeting Minutes

Date Meeting Minutes (click to view)
8th Feb 2024

Spring Meeting 2024

11th Jan 2024

KBC Mens Meeting Minutes 2024

2nd Nov 2023

KBC AGM Minutes 2nd Nov 2023

3rd Feb 2022

Spring Meeting 2022

19th Jan 2022

Commitee Meeting Minutes

13th Jan 2022

KBC Mens Meeting Minutes

6th Feb 2020

KBC AGM Minutes 4th Nov 2021

6th Feb 2020

KBC reports & extra sheets for 2021 AGM minutes

6th Feb 2020

Spring Meeting 2020 Minutes

7th Nov 2019

AGM plus Bye Laws etc

23rd Oct 2019

Ladies AGM

12th Mar 2019

Commitee Meeting Minutes

5th Mar 2019

Ladies Spring Meeting Minutes

22nd Jan 2019

Club Byelaws

22nd Jan 2019

Commitee Meeting Minutes

11th Dec 2018

Commitee Meeting Minutes

11th Nov 2018

AGM Minutes

17th Oct 2018

Commitee Meeting Minutes

27th Mar 2018

Commitee Meeting Minutes

7th Mar 2018

Ladies Spring Meeting 2018 Minutes

1st Feb 2018

Spring Meeting 2018 Minutes

14th Mar 2017

Committee Meeting Minutes

14th Mar 2017

Summary of Action Points from Committee Meeting

7th Mar 2017

Ladies Meeting Minutes

2nd Feb 2017

Spring Meeting Minutes

24th Jan 2017

Committee Meeting Minutes

5th Jan 2017

KBC Mens Meeting Minutes

6th Dec 2016

Committee Meeting Minutes

3rd Nov 2016

Current Club Bylaws

3rd Nov 2016

Current Club Constitution

3rd Nov 2016

KBC AGM Minutes

3rd Nov 2016

KBC AGM Minutes extra report sheets

26th Oct 2016

KBC Ladies AGM Minutes Part 1

26th Oct 2016

KBC Ladies AGM Minutes Part 2

27th Sep 2016

Committee Meeting Minutes

8th Mar 2016

Committee Meeting Minutes

4th Feb 2016

KBC Spring Meeting Minutes

7th Jan 2016

KBC Mens Meeting Minutes

26th Jan 2016

Committee Meeting Minutes

15th Dec 2015

Committee Meeting Minutes

5th Nov 2015

KBC AGM Minutes

How to find us

Kingsclere Bowling Club,
William Holding Field,
Ashford Hill Road,
Kingsclere, RG20 5NT


Turn off the A339 into George St. (B3051).

Follow the road, passing Coppice Rd on the left.

After 200 yards, turn left into our car park opposite Love Lane.

For more information call our Club Captain Andy Fisher : 07986 733908