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Guests - interested in joining the Bowls club as a player or social member?
The club would love to hear from you and will offer you a warm welcome...
The clubis behind what was the NatWest bank in the centre of Narborough village.
If you turn up and introduce yourself any Monday evening from April to September, you may be able to join in a casual bowling and coaching session. .
Anyone wishing to visit the club to try or just to watch the bowling is most welcome. .
more The number of grow bags to be purchased has been agreed upon! An independent weigh master will be present at the weigh in....
more Venue Glen Parva Memorial Hall £18 pp includes Fish & Chip supper Book in by contacting Mary French...
more Following the tour, members dined at BISTRO PIERRE 8-10 Millstone Lane
more At the home of Past President Stuart. £10 pp - Proceeds to Water Aid
more 19 intrepid De Montfort Rotarians visited the wilds of the Peak District staying for 3 nights at the MERMAID INN. Great fellowship, coupled with good food interspersed with some tough rambles around the area were had by all.....
more District 1070 Event at Bradgate Park.
more Quiz Venue - Glen Parva Memorial Hall £17.00 pp included a fish and chip supper. Profits to Salvation Army (Wigston) and South Leicestershire Food Bank.
more Fund Raising event in aid of Lighting Africa
more The guided tour of the tunnel commenced at 11.30a.m. Followed by Lunch at the Forge, Glenfield.
more The concert is raising money for "LOROS" (hospice) and "RAINBOWS" (children's hospice). Club members are requested to contribute in some way. Either by setting up, helping at the event, clearing up afterwards or donating to LOROS..
more at the home of Club President Stuart Mucklejohn.
more The walk was organised by Theresa Phillips. 16 people attended and met at the Magazine Gateway at 6pm. The table at Wyggston’s House Restaurant was booked from 7:15 to 8:45 pm....but the serving of the pre-ordered food proved to be rather tardy....