Sweffling Bowls Club
During the Second World War bowls was played in the garden of Colonel E. Clarke, of Sweffling.
After a few years lapsed the landlord of the Sweffling White Horse gathered together his customers and opened a green behind the pub.
When the landlord changed and they no longer wanted the club there it was agreed to build a new green near the Village Hall. Starting in 1985 it opened in 1988 where it is today.
|Officers of the Club|
If you are interested in joining please contact the following
Keith Cady 01728 603593
|Saxmundham League||Two Wood with four teams of three people|
|Woodbridge League||Two Wood with four teams of three people|
|Fynn League||Three Wood with four teams of three people|
|Percy Dunnet Cup|
|Junior Cup||Salter Cup|
|Saxmundham Knockout Cup||Jubilee Cup|
|Other club activities|
|Club competitions - Mens, Ladies singles|
|George Holden Tray|
|Johnny Blyth Shield|
|Other Clubs Competitions|
|County and League Competitions|
Inside the club room