Back in the sixties, ten pin bowling was big business. Bowling alleys had crossed the Atlantic from the United States and the game was popular with all ages, not least teenagers who had a fun place to go with no alcohol on sale! Families and groups of friends gathered to play the game and the bowling alleys were popular venues for a first date!
Now it is fun to revive those skills in retirement. Leader Gill says, “It’s a good stretching exercise, not overly strenuous, and we are not at all competitive. We can stay for two hours, play as many frames as we can fit in, and we get tea and coffee, and toast or biscuits included in the £6.75 price. Free parking too!”
If you are interested please give the Leaders or Graham a ring.
Next Meeting:29th April at 3pm.