CLARENCE BOWLING CLUB
Bowls England “Club of the Year” 2012
Webmaster: David Stott 01934 625404 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Much of the following information is extracted from the Club’s Centenary book -
The Making of a Bowls Club -
By Ron Higgins & Alan Richardson
Printed and Published by College Press, Burnham-
Clarence Bowling Club owes its existence, in the first place, to Mrs. Rebecca Davies
who, in 1882, donated land to Weston-
Membership of the Club rose steadily, interrupted of course by two World Wars, reaching a peak of some 170 playing members in the early 1970s.
The Club can boast several International Caps, County Life Members, County President
and Honorary Vice-
The Club has been affiliated to the Somerset County Bowling Association since its inception in 1914 and is affiliated to Bowls England (formerly the English Bowling Association).
The Club Pavilion has had several ‘incarnations’ over the years, the most recent
being in the late 1990s when plans were made to extend and refurbish the (then) existing,
Clarence Bowling Club has always depended upon the generosity and good-