Club News

Club AGM on Friday 4th February at Killermont Bowling Club @ 7.30pm

Following the decision, to close the club on 15th April 2022, all the clubs assets will be made available for purchase. Information available at club office or details below:
Contact number 0141 943 0655 Items purchased/and paid for – can be picked up from Allander Indoor Bowling Hall week commencing Monday 18th April or during that week.

Items for Sale Number available
1 x Green bowls carpet – 5 rinks – maintained by DALES on a regular contract 1
2 x manual score boards with magnetic letters/numbers – 1 x red, 1 x blue 2
5 X ELECTRONIC Score Boards – excellent condition – buyer dismantles and picks up. 5
6 x sets of 7 steel lockers x with coat hooks and seating – with keys 6
300 x small steel lockers with keys 300
10 – low formica topped coffee tables 6
5 standard height Round formica topped tables 5
2 Large Meeting tables – Wooden 2
50 + standard chairs 50
2 x large lockable steel storage cupboards offer pending
2 x narrow steel storage cupboards 2
Assortment of bowls mats and jacks 10
1 x boxed Umpire Kit Sold
10 x Various Notice boards 10
1 – 10ft high bowls ladder Sold
1 Mobile ladder (high) 1
5 x bowls rink grab posts. 5
100 Ditch mats 50p each 100
7 bowls lifters 7
2 x bowls racks (each 32 holes) 2
Various bins x 3 3
Illuminated Trophy Cabinet 1
Various bowls – free to uplift.  
Hotpoint Fridge 3 x 2 f Sold
2 x 4 drawer steel fireproof filing cabinets with keys 47 X 132 cms 2
1 x 3 drawer steel fireproof filing cabinet with key 47 x 102 cms 1
2 x 2 door steel fire proof cupboards 3 f x 3f 4 in. 2
3 x office desks with 3 sets of 3 underneath drawers 59” x 29” 3
4 x Blue 5 pronged typist chairs 2
1 brown computer desk- small 1
1 x large blue felt notice board and 1 small beige notice board 2
1 small Logik Microwave – silver 16” x 10” 1
2 x kettles Red/White 2
1 large steel shelved cupboard – with keys 1
1 x 5 shelf plastic storage rack 1
1 x small shredder Sold
Wooden coat stand 1
Assortment of filing trays  
2 x wall clocks 2
1 x round mirror 1
Henry hoover – red 1
Upright hoover – Lindhaus Rx 1
2 Shelf dark wood bookcase 1
1 x long set of coat hooks  
1 x keypad door locking system – Smith& Locke make – as new 1
5 x 2 bowls on/off rink grab handles 10

Please read the following information on procedures to ensure a safe return to bowls:

  1. All rinks (apart from League play) must be pre booked through the office. No “turn up and play/practice” or spectating, as the numbers allowed in our hall are to be kept to a minimum.

  2. Entry is via the newly created side entrance door. Car parking is extremely limited and bowlers should (where reasonable) car share or walk to the bowls hall.

  1. Entry for wheelchair users is via the cafeteria main entrance. If a pusher is required, they must be a family member or recognised carer. No being kind and helping, as social distancing applies for everyone.

  1. A face covering must be worn in all areas of the leisure centre and bowls hall, though they are optional while playing the game or when seated. If going to the toilet, including during a game, a face covering must be worn.

  1. On entry and exit hands should be sanitisedObserve 1 metre social distancing at all times and adhere to floor markings and signs.

  1. The track and trace book must be filled in if not playing a league game. Scorecards will be used for track and trace purposes in league games, therefore ALL, First and Surnames must be printed and legible. If playing a knockout game or practice session, the ‘Track and Trace’  book must be filled in.

  2. Please do not linger on the narrow green surrounds but take your bowls to the rink on which you are playing.

Your safety and wellbeing is our major consideration, and we ask that you follow these rules so that everyone can have a safe return to bowls. 


If you are new to the game and would like to try, then please phone us on 0141 943 0655 to book a rink.

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.


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 (starting date tbc).