The Bowls Club is extending an invitation for you to celebrate this summer with a dash of panache with your loved ones, colleagues, and friends. We are hosting an unparalleled outdoor event between May and September 2023. Our event offers a modern twist to the quintessentially British sport of Lawn Bowls, complete with a wide range of features such as summer cocktails, live music, street food, and much more. On 22 selected dates throughout the summer, we’ll be making our way to Finsbury Square and Battersea Park, and we urge you to be a part of this. Our event is tailored to suit groups of 8-499 people each day, giving you an inclusive, unique, and exceptional experience- the perfect way to elevate your summer party. Expect an event with an English country garden theme offering a variety of activities and features that will keep you engaged throughout the day. Our Lawn Bowls games are available to players of all skill levels, with all the necessary equipment and guidance provided to ensure a pleasant experience.
Apart from Lawn Bowls, we also have an array of games and activities, including boules, giant Jenga, and cornhole. Our summer cocktail bar will keep you refreshed throughout the day, while a selection of street food vendors will provide you with a range of tasty treats. We’ve also curated live music acts and entertainment to keep you engaged throughout the event. Our facilities are equipped with all the necessary amenities, such as toilets, changing rooms, and a cloakroom. The Bowls Club offers a perfect venue to celebrate summer in style. Come and join us for an unforgettable experience that seamlessly blends sport, food, drinks, and entertainment- all within a breathtaking English country garden-themed environment.
– please note that this summer event takes place in two London locations, and images may be from either location
Ruxandra Vitale2 weeks ago
Very well organised event by Wandsworth Council, my friends and I had a blast watching the Eurovision final this year. The atmosphere was great, and everyone was having so much fun. Food was pricey and disappointing, and at the end of the event, one of the stweards made me walk all the way round the whole park as an 8 months pregnant woman, only to reach the gates closest to the station and be wide open. Shame on you sir!!!