Goodbye and Thank You Roy

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It is with great sadness that our club has had to announce the passing of our great President Roy Denslow, last night. Roy was one of the founder members of the club over 30 years ago, and had been our president for many years now. Always present for the many events and charity competitions, as well as being a player in our teams over the years. Although in recent times he's been struggling with health issues, his presence around the club when he was here was immense, and a very lovable gentleman. He will be greatly missed by members and guests alike. Thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends at this sad time.

Details of his funeral will be announced as soon as we have them.


Unfortunately due to the postponement of the final step in the roadmap out of Covid 19, we will be staying with our safe status bowls rules and regulations until the Government announce otherwise, which we hope will be on the 19th July, 2021.

 We are still taking bookings for our bowls practice sessions. These will be for Wednesday afternoons (2-4pm), Wednesday evenings (7-9pm) and Friday evenings (7-9pm). These are under the regulations of safe status bowls that we acquired some time ago now. It allows us whilst following the regulations set out, to offer two mats with up to six players per mat, being able to participate. You have to pre-book for these sessions and only those who have, will be allowed to play. If you'd like to book a place, please contact Mark Albon (Chairperson) or Steve Williamson (Secretary), their details are on our contact page, here on our website. 
It will be great to see lots of you there, especially as it seems the weather will always try its best to impede the outdoor bowls!


Finally the AGM was able to be undertaken on Wednesday 23rd June, 2021. It was very well attended, and business was able to be amended, completed and changed to help the club to continue for future generations. A summery of the AGM will be available very soon.

Many thanks for your patience,
Luxulyan SMBC Committee.

Updated: Monday 12th July, 2021