Club History and Membership Information

 

History

Cramlington Bowling Club opened in 1927 as an EBF Club. 

In 1969 it changed to an EBA Club with 24 Members.

The Bowling Club is situated at Ann Welfare, Klondyke.

This site is near to the Ann Pit which was sunk in 1825.

The Pit has long since disappeared, as have all the other coal mines in the area.

The Miners' Welfare Institute building was also situated on the

same site as the Bowling Club, hence the name 'Ann Welfare'.

The Institute is also long gone but the history of the mining industry,

particularly in the local mines here in Cramlington,

remains in the memories of many of its residents.

 

 Club Membership

Cramlington Bowling Club currently has approximately 60 members.

The Club is involved at County level, participating in the Clegg, Knight and Nines Leagues,

as well as being involved in the Challenge Cup, Edwardson Cup and Jubilee Cup Knockout Competitions.

At a local level we have two teams in the Blyth Valley Veterans League, and the Crawford Smith League,

and one team in  the Northern League Thursday Veterans League.

For the 2017 season we also have one team in the Parliamentary League.

The Club also has weekly afternoon Jumbles sessions as well as an

Open Triples Competition, which takes place in August.

 

New members are always welcome and you can be assured of a warm reception.

If you are interested in joining Cramlington Bowling Club

please contact the Club's Secretary Bill Gilbert,

either by 'phone: 01670 712627 or email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Membership Fees:

Gentlemen: £35pa  -   Ladies: £15 pa  - Juniors: £5 pa