Club News

The Edgmond Open 2024

We had the first of the qualifiers for the Edgmond Open. It was a busy day, made possible by club members volunteering their time to make it a great start to the tournament. Thankfully, the weather held off for the first day, but Sunday was a little damp, but it didn't dampen anyone's spirit. 

Results and further info available via this link 

2023 Presentation evening

On the 2nd of December, 2023, we all gathered for our annual presentation evening that we hosted at Edgmond Village Hall. It was well attended, with people waiting to receive their trophies from the season.

 There was a disco and karaoke, and an excellent buffet for us to enjoy. There was plenty of merriment and fun. After the presentation of the trophies, the disco got underway, and people danced the rest of the night away.

Lights Update

The new energy efficient LED floodlights have now been fitted and are in full use. This helps the club to be more energy efficient, and have a better playing experience in latter part of the season when the days become shorter. This has been made possible by way of a grant from the Telford and Wrekin climate change fund.

About the Telford and Wrekin Climate Change Fund

In 2019, Telford & Wrekin Council declared a climate emergency and committed to its operations being carbon neutral by 2030, with an aspiration for the borough to be carbon neutral by 2030 too. Its Climate Change Fund was created in 2021, and a second round was opened in 2022, to support the community in its efforts to achieve this goal. Applications were invited from local businesses, community groups and schools to fund projects enabling them to reduce their carbon emissions. To date, the council’s Climate Change Fund has awarded more than £335,000 in grants to deliver this work. 

Video from Mike Wright

EDGMOND BC renovations:

As it is that time of year, and the bowls season has ended for most, and many have put their bowls away for the year, it gives our Green keeper and some of the club members a chance to prepare the green for a well-deserved rest and enable it to recover from the previous season. Many thanks to Paul Mytton for his help and to all the EDGMOND members who turned up today to help. Thanks to Paul Law for his superb video


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Flower Show cup (Doubles)2023

On a sunny Sunday afternoon on the 2nd of April 2023, our local club hosted its first crown green bowls match of the season. Members eagerly gathered on the lush green, eagerly anticipating a thrilling afternoon of competition and camaraderie.


The teams were selected and each round was played skilfully with Vicky McNally and Rob Herbert going head-to-head against Pete Leath and Ben Cutler in the final. Spectators settled down on the benches and chairs, eagerly watching the action unfold before them.

As the match progressed, both teams exchanged points with skilful shots and strategic gameplay. Each team was determined to come out on top,

but in the end, it was Vicky McNally and Rob Herbert who emerged victorious, securing a hard-fought win over their opponents, Pete Leath and Ben Cutler. Their precision and accuracy paid off, and they were greeted with a round of applause and cheers from their fellow members.


The match was a great display of the love and passion that the club has for the sport. Despite the competitive nature of the game, the players showed true sportsmanship and respect for each other.


As the final bowls were played and the match came to a close, it was evident that the coming season of crown green bowls would be an excellent one, with plenty of competition and excitement to come. The players looked forward to the next match with eager anticipation, ready to hit the greens once again.

Edgmond Summer Open Competition 13th May 2023

Well done to all that entered and to those that helped to make the day possible, very much appreciated.

The semi-final matches were a tremendous showcase of skill and determination. Both matches were intense battles back and forth, ultimately John breeze was victorious over Gary Beff 21-12 and Wayne rogers emerged victor over Stuart Rutter 21-16.

The final was now between John Breeze and Wayne Rogers. It was an exciting match with some thrilling ends. These two battled it out until Wayne clinched the points he needed to win, a close fought match with Wayne winning 21-20.

It was a tremendous performance from both players showcasing their experience and skill on the green. The Edgmond summer open competition has been a fantastic event, and the final between Breeze and Rogers was the icing on the cake. Congratulations to Wayne Rogers on his well-deserved win, and kudos to John Breeze for an outstanding effort on the day.