Stratton Churchway Bowls Club

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Welcome to Stratton Churchway Bowls Club. 

Stratton Churchway Bowls Club is situated next to Grange Community Centre off Grange Drive Stratton on the Eastern outskirts of Swindon.

The club has an outdoor 6 rink bowling green, with a Club House.

Social Events take place from time-to-time throughout the year, (Skittles and Bingo during the off season). Members, families and friends are always welcome at these events.

Bowling is a fun sport that can be played at a social or competitive level.

New members or those returning to bowls, no matter what ability or age you will find a warm welcome at our club.

Interested in Playing Come Along and Have a Go.

Come on a Friday evening (weather permitting) from 7:00pm or Tuesday Morning 10.30am during the season - End of April till End of August.
All we ask is that you bring flat soled shoes without a heel (to protect the green). Equipment will be provided to use: Bring the whole family and tell your friends to come along with you!

The club has Qualified coaches available to give you an insight into the game of bowls

If you would like more details please contact James (Secretary) on 01793 335620 or use the Contact Page Form. To make arrangements for you to to try your hand at bowls.





Ladies 2 Wood


Ladies 4 Wood


Ladies Pairs

L.Elms & W.Anderson



Mens 2 Woods


Mens 4 Wood


Mens Pairs

C.Hare & P.Hitchcox



Mixed Pairs

G.Strevens & A.Cawte



Memorial Trophy 4 Wood


Retired 4 Wood


Fred Symonds


Stan Binns

Jo.Bryant & Ja.Bryant


Here are our top 5 reasons to give bowls a try:

1. Playing bowls is very doable. Whatever your physique, bowls is a sport for everybody and it will help improve your fitness levels and mental wellbeing.
2. Bowls is not expensive. To get going you don’t need lots of new kit and clubs put on taster sessions for free. Even when you get the bug, a set of bowls and joining a club can cost as little as £90.

3. After football, bowls has the second highest number of clubs in the country. With so many places to play, it’ll take no time at all to get to a bowls club close to your home.

4. Compared to most sports, age and gender differences have less of an effect on a game of bowls, so it’s a perfect sport to spend time and enjoy a bit of friendly competition with your family.

5. Bowls clubs are sociable places full of people looking to have fun, so bowls is a great way to relax, make new friends and feel part of your local community.
Eddie Wells Team 2021



27th January
24th February
23rd March

Entry from 6:30 pm Starts @ 7.30 pm

The 2023 Season finished with the Annual One In Head.

The winners were Craig Hare and Lloyd Pearce.

Congratulations to Craig Hare, Graham Strevens and Paul Dawson for winning the Spritfire Triples at Supermarine on 14th September. In a very close final they managed to hold on to win by 2 shots against Cricklade.
Coronation Aussie Pairs
Coronation Aussie Pairs 

On a sunny afternoon club members celebrated the Coronation of King Charles III with a Garden Party and an afternoon of Aussie Pairs. 

The final game of the afternoon saw the Top Two pairs had a play-off to decided the winners with Jo Bryant and Craig Hare beating Graham Strevens and James Bryant. However a special mention needs to go to Anna Hartley-Wilson playing for the first time.
Latest news


It's that time when we throw our doors open to New Bowlers at Stratton as we will be taking part in the Annual Bowls’ Big Weekend to be held between F.......

New Wiltshire Mixed Triples League.

The club has entered the Bowls Wiltshire Mixed League which is due to be played on Saturday mornings at 10.30am unless both teams agree a different ti.......

Winter Programme


The 2024 Bowls Season 

Membership & Social Membership is Now Open.

The 2024 Membership Fees are as follows:
      Full Membership--£85
Roll Up Membership--£50
   New Membership--£25
Junior Membership--£25
Social Membership--£15
Social Membership £15
Membership must be paid before 1st April 2023
Annual Membership price remains unchanged for Current Members
New members please contact our Secretary ( via our contact page)

Bowls England You Tube

Subscribe to Bowls England’s YouTube Channel

Bowls England has launched its own YouTube channel as part of its commitment to inform and entertain its members.

YouTube will provide Bowls England with a one stop shop for all its multimedia content where you will find the ‘Extra End’ Podcast, ‘Keep Active’ videos and other audio-visual content.

To receive notification when any new content is uploaded, simply subscribe to the Bowls England channel HERE


Lockdown easing: 10 things you CAN do this summer

From an article on the BBC Website

Number 9 Take Up Bowls 

With people now looking for alternative sports that allow them to maintain social distance and play outside, the non-contact activities of bowls and golf are firmly back on the agenda. Before lockdown, an increasing number of young people had been taking up lawn bowls - once the domain of elderly men and women dressed in white.

Now Bowls England says the coming weeks and months are "an opportunity" for those "who currently don't play, to give bowls a try".

However, there are strict rules. Empty rinks are to be kept between players, clubhouses must remain closed except for essential access, for example, the use of toilets and washing facilities, and equipment must be cleaned before, during and after play.

If you would like more details please contact James (Secretary) on 01793 335620 or use the Contact Page Form. To make arrangements for you to to try your hand at bowls.