Welcome to the Howie!


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President Billy Herd on his first visit to the club after shielding.

Voluntary Action South Ayrshire (VASA) have launched a rebranded South Ayrshire Lifeline site with all the most up-to-date information what services and groups in the community are still running and how they have adapted to the pandemic. Howie Bowling Club are featured in the sports sector.

Angela McWhinnie, who heads the team said “the website is really easy to navigate. People can search for local activities, print off handy Support Guides, search for volunteering opportunities, find crisis contacts quickly, learn more about our Lifeline services and much more”.

The website can be found here.

The Joint Management and Bowling Committee have set a provisional date of Saturday 17th April for the start of the season, subject to Government and Bowls Scotland guidelines.

South Ayrshire Active Schools are showing a video “Introduction to Lawn Bowls” made by the Howie club.  It can be viewed on their Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube sites.

The Management Committee have postponed the club’s Annual General Meeting until our members can physically gather.  Members will be kept up to date on developments, and will receive all relevant papers at least 2 weeks prior to the revised date.

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                              Howie Hedgehogs

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                       Our 2019 prize winners
Prestwick Howie BC presentation
Presentation of Bronze Level BowlsMark Award from Bowls Scotland
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Howie Bowling Club Active Schools Club of the Year 2017 and runners up 2018.

Email us at prestwickhowiebowlingclub@gmail.com for more details on any aspect of the club
Ex President and Club Secretary Helen Kyle’s new doggie Wilson at their new Aberdeenshire home