Windsor and Eton Bowling Club
Club News 2021
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Updated 17th April 2021
13th April 2021
Treasurer Chris Heitzmann recently applied for a
He is delighted to announce that a payment
of £8000 has been approved.
Well done Sir!
On Friday 9th April, the death was announced of
HRH, The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.
It was planned to open the green on Saturday 17th April.
As this fell within the period of National Mourning,
the opening was delayed by one day to
Sunday 18th April.
As of 28th March 2021
Covid restrictions will remain in force at the start of the 2021 season.
RCBBA and WEBC have made the following decisions based upon them.
Clean Up Day is cancelled.
Small groups of volunteers will be sought to carry out preparations during the previous week.
Matches and roll-ups will be limited according to BE advice.
In outline :-
There will be a half season of KL and KLV. First games will be week 8 (w/c 28th June).
There will be no promotion or relegation. There will be no finals.
Winners of each of the KL and KLV leagues will each receive £100 for their club.
There will be no team subscriptions this year. The monies from last season will be rolled over to 2022.
Player registrations will not be required.
The principle of “not playing down” still needs to be applied, but we will not monitor it.
The results officer will advise all clubs how he wants results recorded and sent at a later date.
Open Day will be delayed until further notice.
Further details will be announced.
Term and conditions may change.
Some fixtures may change. The Calendar will reflect the latest position.
Covid 'Good' News ~ 3rd March 2021
The Club has received a further 'Lockdown Grant' from the Government, via RBWM,
This time for £2096.
This brings the total to around £18,000 over the past year.
We were saddened to learn that Roy Wood has died.
Roy joined the club in 2018.
A year later, he was one of the runners up in the competition for
Our thoughts are with his family.
Covid News ~ 2nd Feb 2021
Treasurer Chris Heitzmann is pleased to announce that the Club
has received a second 'Lockdown Grant' from the Government, via RBWM,
to help combat issues caused by the Covid pandemic.
This time for £6000.
The Covid pandemic made 2020 a bad year in so many ways.
It ended with the sad news that member Harold Vaughan had died on Boxing Day.