09:33AM, Tuesday 16 April 2013
A bowling club in Windsor that has been rolling along since 1922 holds its annual open day next week.
In 1921 the Mayor of Windsor, the chief constable and Mr J.T.Carter, editor of the Windsor, Eton and Slough Express, met to explore the possibility of setting up a bowling club in Windsor.
The outcome was the founding of Windsor and Eton Bowling Club.
The club is based in Barry Avenue by the Thames.
The open day on Saturday, April 27 runs from 10am to 4pm.
Tea, coffee and burgers will be on sale with a tombola and plants stall.
Special guests will be 'bikers' from the charity Service by Emergency Rider Volunteers (SERV), which transports blood and vaccines around the country.
Bowls beginners are invited to come along and try out the sport.
Flat soled shoes, such as trainers, must be worn.
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