Re-opening: Click here to download the committeee’s guidance on re-opening
Coronavirus update (12th July): Easing of Government Lock-down Restrictions means that Ryedale Indoor Bowls Club will be eligible for re-opening from Saturday 25th July. However, the club will be able to open only if certain conditions are met. The committee do not know as yet what these conditions will be. Once they are known the committee will decide what play is possible.
It is likely that play will be restricted to Social sessions and that the number allowed to play will be limited. This will probably require some form of booking system. The committee will therefore be contacting members to determine what arrangements are likely to prove most popular. Please respond if you are interested in playing in the near future.
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.
2018/19 Season – Open for registration and bowls (both league and social sessions):
Winter season – Monday 6th January until Friday 17th April 2020
Summer season – starts Monday 22th April – social bowling sessions only
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.