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On 2 November 1911, 21 gentlemen met at the All Saints Parish Church to discuss the feasibility of establishing another Bowls Club in Penarth, a resolution that "A club should be formed" was accepted.

Since then the club has focused on bringing quality facilities with a friendly atmosphere to everyone in Penarth and the surrounding areas. Whether you would like to bowl socially or participate in competitions, the Windsor Bowls Club caters for all types of skill sets so why not join a team.

The club has also held a ladies under 25’s Home Internationals event that saw teams from England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales compete at the Windsor Bowls Club for their chance to win the Junior Bowls International Series title.

Over the years the Windsor Bowls Club has also carried out their fair share of charity work donating thousands to organisations such as the Marie Curie Hospice, the R.N.L.I and Ty Hafan. The club is proud and happy to raise money for charity organisations in the area and hope to continue these gestures in the future.

The common misconception that bowls is not for everyone has been proven wrong with the Club’s ability to welcome all ages and genders with open arms.

Why not drop by the club and have a chat with one of the members to find out more about the delights of competitive and social bowls in a friendly and welcoming environment.