Welcome to the Bylet Bowling Club, Bridgnorth, Shropshire
Our Club was founded in 1884 and occupies an island in the River Severn in Bridgnorth, UK.
We play 'Crown Green' bowls and have two greens. The club has twelve different teams which play in a number of local leagues:
Shropshire Premier League (Team of 12 on Friday evenings)
Mid-Shropshire League (two teams of 12 on Friday and one of 10 on Monday evenings)
Highley League (four teams of 10 on Tuesday evenings)
Mid-Shropshire Senior Citizens League (three teams of 6 on Wednesday afternoons)
Telford Ladies League (team of 6 on Monday afternoons).
During the close season (in normal times), we play indoor short-mat bowls in the clubhouse as well as darts, dominoes, crib, whist and bingo. We also hold a number of social functions details of which can be found on the events page.
This web site was started to keep the club together following the devastating fire that destroyed our original clubhouse in August 2007. Our new clubhouse was opened in July 2009 and you can view some pictures of the restoration work on the gallery page.
2021 League Bowling - Your Opinion
All the leagues that we play in have been asking clubs to give them feedback on how many players intend to participate when they are able to restart league fixtures. Consequently, most playing members have already been contacted asking for their opinion. If you haven't been contacted and are interested in league bowling, please contact the secretary (use one of the methods on the Contact page). Note that we are not expecting any league to start fixtures before July.3 Mar 2021 by John Palmer
Lockdown - Club Closed Again
In order to comply with the lockdown requirements which come into force at midnight on Thursday 5th November the club will be closed next weekend. Depending on circumstances, we hope to reopen on Friday 4th December.
Update. Tier 2 restrictions mean that we are unable to reopen the club until the New Year.27 Nov 2020 by John Palmer
The next committee meeting will be held when the club is allowed to reopen.18 Sep 2020 by John Palmer
New Web Site
The club web site has been converted to a new Google Site as the old Classic Sites are being discontinued. The old one will be available for a limited time here. News items will occasionally be removed from the home page to the current year in News Archive.