Touring Clubs

Touring Clubs are most welcome.

Visitors to Lewes always enjoy the bowls and players and non players alike can enjoy the historic town with its ancient buildings such as the remains of a Norman Castle…


A house owned by Anne of Cleves now containing a local museum and the ruins of a Cluniac Priory close by the bowls green.



In the past few seasons we have entertained the Suffolk Vice Presidents,  Balsham Bowls Club from Cambridge, Colden Common from near Winchester, Gloucester Park Murray field, North Mymms Tourists, Northwest Middlesex Tourists, Northampton Police and a team from Humberside, (picture below.)


There are also numerous interesting shops, restaurants and public houses in the town as well as the prize-winning local John Harvey brewery .HARVEYS+FEB10+IMAGES+100 (2)Harveys-13.10.31-100 (2)


20140603_154029 (2)The seaside towns of Eastbourne (15 miles) and Brighton (8 miles) are within easy reach.  Lewes is a great day out for any touring bowls club or team.  Contact our Fixture Secretary for more information and details.