This Club is now closed for the time being updates will be given when known.
All Recent Photographs which have appeared on this page are now showing in
The 2020 Gallery .
The best way to beat the virus, Keep Smiling, Keep Happy. Keep Well.
Did you know that smiling is good for your health.
A heart warming story worth watching.
Another Great Photograph it must be Save the Duckling’s and Bird Week.
Gary sent in this photo saying he has had a bird box in the Magnolia tree for years, and the blue tits use it every year , Gary found this baby on the floor by the back gate with Toby sniffing it, but no problem mum was around and baby could fly a bit . So a happy ending its probably back in the box safe and sound .
Let’s make this coming week Nature week so camera’s to the ready .
Situated at Bridge Street Titchfield Village
We are an Old English Bowling Club based in the picturesque village of Titchfield, Hampshire England.
The club was founded in 1923 and Old English Bowling has been played at the club’s home in Bridge Street, Titchfield since that time.
Old English Bowls differ from more conventional forms of bowling and is played mainly in the South Hampshire, Sussex area. We understand that we are now one of just seven remaining clubs that play this form of the game of Bowls.
Old English bowls is played on ordinary meadowland turf with just 2 bowls (woods) and the woods have a larger bias than in most other forms of the game.
You can learn how to play the game whilst having fun, frustration and satisfaction in equal measure.
Enjoy the short video of games held during 2017: