greens are 42 yards square. The green seen in the foreground is regarded
as the match green and is used for most League games.
The greens were laid in 1936 by Messrs Bakers of Wolverhampton. Initially both greens were said to have been laid with a 9" crown, but subsidence has since added numerous contours.
"Sea-Washed Turf" was specified for the greens, the original cost of turfing the greens was £420 per green plus an additional £15 for providing the crown.
|The first Bowls
Pavilion between the 2 greens was erected in 1937.
The Main Pavilion, Bowls Pavilion and Workshop were erected by Maddock Bros at a total cost of
The House (for the Tennis Professional) was built by Madew and Wardle at a cost of £685.
A large number of members bowl most afternoons and the photo shows members during one of their sessions.