President’s Message

Eastbourne and District Indoor Bowls Club has undergone several improvements over the past couple of years that has seen the club membership grow significantly.

During the summer, the club website has been fully redesigned and modernised to better reflect our club status as one of the leading indoor bowls clubs in the South East of England. Our new web pages will allow everyone to see inside our wonderful bowls club.

May I take this opportunity to welcome each and every member in to the club and wish you all a pleasurable and successful year.

Phil Garrett
President

Denny Cup

EASTBOURNE  78  PRESTON  73 The Home Rinks skipped by Mike Taylor and Phil Garrett got off to a flying start and at 10 ends were 15 shots up, but the Preston rinks started to find their shots and the Home teams finished 11 shots up at the end. The Away Rinks skipped by Ian Coombes and Steve Bain found it… read more..

Likely Lads . . .

Another great night of entertainment at the club last night. Members danced the night away to live music from The Likely Lads, a local duo who performed covers from 1960’s – 1980’s. As always our thanks go to Chris and her social team for all their work behind the scenes and to Peter & Billy behind the bar.    … read more..

National Over 60’s Double Rink

EASTBOURNE ‘A’ 38 LANGNEY ‘B’ 29 Peter Jackson’s home rink got off to a flying start with a 16-4 lead at 10 ends and this increased to a 25-8 win. Malcolm Livesey had a very good game at lead setting the heads for the rest of his team. The away rink skipped by Ian Coombes got of to a fine… read more..

Saturday Night Fever

There was a touch of Saturday Night Fever at the club last Saturday with another hugely successful 50’s 60’s 70’s Disco Night, once again fancy dress was optional and so many members entered into the spirit of the evening or should that be ‘Spirit in the Sky’ . . . Big thank you to all the volunteers who make these… read more..

DO YOU SHOP IN WAITROSE?

The Waitrose Community Matters in-store scheme offers a share of £1000 between three local organisations. The proportion of that share is decided by store customers placing a token in a voting box after their shop. EDIBC have been chosen by Waitrose in Old Town Eastbourne as one of the three local organisations for the month of OCTOBER so any tokens… read more..