LATEST ANNOUNCEMENT 1st November
In accordance with Government advice on Coronavirus
Ryedale Indoor Bowls Club will close for one month starting
Thursday 5th November
RYEDALE INDOOR BOWLS CLUB
IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THE RETURN OF
SOCIAL AND LEAGUE BOWLING
The club has carried out procedures and introduced measures and practices and
is now confident that it can implement a safe controlled environment
that protects both members and volunteers and
complies with current government guidance
Re-opening: To read the Club’s latest newsletter visit News and Events page
Note: All members wishing to play (Social) bowls must firstly make a booking via
Dave England (Tel 07950 136 371).
Week Monday 21st September: League competitions begin.(Times to be confirmed)
Social bowling sessions continue on Tuesday afternoon, Thursday and Sunday mornings.
For reference : web http://www.ryedalebowls.com
tel: 01653 690010
Ryedale Indoor Bowls Club (RIBC) is located just off the Scarborough Road in Norton on Derwent, Malton in North Yorkshire. The club has five rinks and members participate in various league and club competitions in addition to social bowling. Use of the rinks is available to non-members by arrangement – some clubs have already combined bowling with a meal at the on-site Oscar’s restaurant. Groups from Driffield and Sleights have private sessions.
Indoor bowls in an excellent form of relaxation. It provides a gentle form of exercise, a test of both physical and mental skill while allowing time for pleasant conversations with fellow players. It is suited to all ages and abilities.
The bowling club is part of the Ryedale Community and Leisure Centre which also houses a restaurant, bar, function room and meeting rooms. If you would like to hire the Function Room or Meeting Room for some special event, e.g. a children’s party or wedding reception, then see Centre’s page for more information.
Norton and Malton are located mid-way between Scarborough and York at the southern edge of the North Yorkshire Moors and the northern edge of the Yorkshire Wolds. Members of the club live in Norton, Malton and the surrounding area, including towns such as Pickering and Driffield.
Worried about Transport? You need have no concerns – buses on the Coastliner service between Malton and Scarborough stop just 200 yards from the bowling club. Of course, for those with passes there is the added bonus that travel is free.