Camberley and District Indoor Bowls Club

Camberley and District Indoor Bowls Club is a popular local venue for winter bowlers.


Since 1985 the club have provided a friendly, welcoming environment to new members of all ages and abilities. The club offers a six rink full size, well maintained green and provide qualified coaching sessions for beginners and the more experienced bowlers.

Popular social events are held during the session, and they have an in house bar and catering facilities for members and guests.



Bowls 101 with Camberley and District Indoors Bowls Club

CommunityAd Exclusive - Camberley and District Indoor Bowls ClubLike boules on the beach or a game of skittles, it’ll take you no time to figure out the basic rules of the game.

Bowls is played on a square of grass called a green, which is divided into lanes called rinks. Players take turns to deliver their bowls from a mat at one end of the rink towards a small white target ball, often referred to as the ‘jack’, situated near the other end. The bowls are shaped so that they take a curved path towards the jack, known as the bias.

The aim of the game is to get your bowls closest to the jack. One point is given for each bowl nearer the jack than the nearest bowl of your opponent. For example, if you or your team has three bowls closer to the jack than your opponent’s nearest bowl then you will score three for that end.

Each game is split into individual ends. After playing all the bowls in one direction and agreeing the score, the next end is played back down the rink in the opposite direction. The winner of the previous end will cast the jack.


For more information about Camberley and District Indoor Bowls Club visit our website, email us via [email protected] or telephone 01276 686572.

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