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Potential Closure of Bowls Hall
With the new Allander Sports Centre due to be built in the next couple of years, there has been an indication from the council that a bowls hall will NOT be included in the new build.
We ask that all bowlers write to the East Dunbartonshire council asking for them to reconsider this decision and support the many club members and fellow bowlers from throughout Scotland who support and play bowls in the Allander.
Can all club members sign and fully complete the petition that they received and return to the Sports Centre no later than 23rd August, as well as writing to your local councillor.

Sign the petition

https://www.ipetitions.com/petition/allander-indoor-bowling

 

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NEW TO BOWLS

For new members, and in particular beginners, special sessions are available with recognised coaches who are members of the club.
Why not give us a call for more details or to arrange a free trial at your convenience.
Bowls and shoes available if required.

About us

Allander Indoor Bowling Club logo
We were established in 1977 following the opening of the Allander Leisure Centre. The hall comprises five rinks and is considered one of the finest greens in the West of Scotland.

The club has Ladies, Gents and Senior Gents teams in the Scottish Indoor Bowling Association’s West Section and the Glasgow and District Indoor Bowling association’s leagues.

Juniors

A junior session, for up to age 18, takes places on Saturday mornings from 0900 until 1100. These sessions cost £1 and are open to both members and non-members.