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A warm welcome to Swansea Bowling Club's website.

Swansea Bowling Club is located on Bryn Road, a short distance from Swansea beach at Brynmill, situated between the City of Swansea and the Victorian village of Oystermouth and the Mumbles. It is also a short distance from the Gower Peninsula - Britain's first designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

We have an excellent pavilion / clubhouse in which we offer our members and visiting clubs meals as well as a well stocked bar and entertainment.

Visiting clubs are always welcome for friendly matches.

Similarly new members are welcomed. If you have never bowled before we have coaches on hand to assist. Come and visit the club; you are under no obligation to join.

The club runs two open sessions per week,

Spoons on Monday evenings (Register by 17.15, start at 17.30) and

Triples on Wednesday afternoons (Register by 13.45, start at 14.00.)

As well as being a competitive bowling club, we have a strong social side with barbecues, concerts, and various activities throughout the season.    

Three Cliffs Bay is just one example of the many picturesque and beautiful coves and beaches on the Gower Peninsula. Others include, Bracelet Bay, Limeslade Bay, Rotherslade and Langland Bays, Caswell Bay, Pwll Ddu, Oxwich and Rhossilli. The area is ideal for walkers with many public footpaths.

Chesshyre Goblet goes to Bishop Gore School

More than thirty pupils from Bishop Gore and Pen Y Bryn schools took part in this annual competitipn

The two schools compete for the Chesshyre Goblet, and the competition has been running for many years.

The Lord Mayor of the City and County of Swansea, Councillor John Newbury, and the Lady Mayoress Mrs Bernardine Jennings watched the match unfold alongside Laura Daniels, Women's World Indoor Bowls Champion.

It was a keen competition, presided over by 15 Swansea Bowling Club coaches, supported by loyal club enthusiasts.

Bishop Gore emerged the eventual winners, scoring 47 shots to Pen Y Bryn's 34.

A very proud Captain - Connor Maddick held the trophy high to rapturous applause.

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