MSP have today been on BBC Radio Merseyside to help listeners find out about how they can enjoy gentle physical activity and a social sport by taking part in Bowl for Health.
‘Bowl for Health’ is an eight week programme designed for complete newcomers to bowls, providing an overview of the basics and how to play a match. Run by qualified and welcoming coaches, the programme is now available in West Derby and Mossley Hill.
The programme is being led by MSP and Liverpool City Council, thanks to funding from the Big Lottery Fund. The idea was developed and successfully piloted in 2017 by Holy Trinity Bowling Club in Formby, and is now being rolled out by more clubs across Merseyside.
Sessions are starting up in March in West Derby (at West Derby Recs Bowling Club on Mill Lane) and in Mossley Hill (at Mossley Hill Bowling Club on Mossley Hill Road) – completely free for any Liverpool residents who would like to improve their physical health and wellbeing, with all equipment provided and no previous experience required. To book your FREE place at either club please contact:
For further information about the Bowl for Health programme please contact Danny Woodworth on 0151 427 3889 or email email@example.com