Hemel Hempstead Bowls Club

About Us

Today, membership stands at around 100 men and women bowlers who are part of a fully integrated club, which is reflected in the composition of the club’s committee.

The club pavilion is used to host a number of social events during the year including weekly duplicate bridge, bridge lessons and occasional quiz, bingo and fun evenings. There is also a licensed bar.

The club utilises a gated car park adjacent to the pavilion, access to which is gained from Queensway.

Commencing April 2023, membership fees are £130.00. Social membership is also available at £10.00.

Our fundraising supports three local charities: the Hospice of St Francis, the Pepper Foundation and the Willow Foundation.

We are partnering with Sunnyside Rural Trust – a thriving charity and social enterprise offering training and work experience for vulnerable people. Sunnyside can be found locally in Hemel Hempstead and in Berkhamsted.

We are a Member of the Dacorum Community Trust, helping those most in need within the Dacorum area.

At Hemel Hempstead Bowls Club we are committed to safeguarding all those who participate in our sport, ensuring that they can do so in a safe, positive and enjoyable environment. We have adopted and follow all policies and guidelines approved by Bowls England alongside Anti-Doping Rules and all procedures set out in Bowls England Regulation 9, 9A and 9B. The Bowls England Safeguarding information can be found on www.bowlsengland.com/safeguarding/ . Our club and members will abide with all sanctions, recommendations and/or decisions from the Safeguarding Case Management Panel and/or National Disciplinary Panel. The club’s Safeguarding Officer is Pennie Layzell who can be contacted at the club or on 07973 234024 if you have any concerns. Copies of the clubs Safeguarding and Anti-bullying policies can be found in the clubhouse. 


The Club is affiliated to Bowls England, Hertfordshire County Bowling Association, St. Albans & District Bowling Association, Watford & District Bowling Association, and Disability Bowls England