Ramsbury & Aldbourne Bowls Club
Ramsbury & Aldbourne Bowls Club
Lawn bowling in Wiltshire’s Kennet Valley
Lawn bowling in Wiltshire’s Kennet Valley


Nestled in the Kennet River valley in the stunning location of Ramsbury, Wiltshire’s Best Kept Large Village 2021, it is part of the award-winning Recreation Centre. New members are always welcome to enjoy this beautiful facility.

Play Bowls!

“A sport for all ages and abilities”
National Bowls champions tend to be in their 20’s or 30’s so it pays to start young. However, Bowls can be enjoyed for a lifetime, the membership age range being from 10 upwards.

At the Club

Our bowlers compete in the Ashley Baker and Swindon & District Afternoon League as well as a full program of friendly matches with other local clubs, and interclub competitions.

Latest News

Looking forward to the 2023 season

We have a very exciting year ahead of us with great new events planned. Have a look at Bowls Bash an exciting new format being introduced this year! The club is already planning for our annual "open to all" Gala...
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Bowls Bash

Bowls Bash is an exciting new Bowls format much like T20 in cricket. It is designed to take just 1 hour to play and be a faster and more fun for busy people.
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The health benefits of playing Bowls

There are many health benefits gained from playing Bowls. This is true for all ages but more specifically for the over 50's. Extract - "Regular bowls playing will improve strength, reduced risk of falls considerably, reduce mobility related illness and...
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Bowls is not just for old people

So many younger people are discovering the joy of Bowls. The Club offers reduced membership fees for young people accepted by the committe. If interested please enquire at info@ramsburyandaldbournebc.org  
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2022 Newsletters

You are able to view all 2022 Newsletters by clicking on the links.
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