Standard Petrol is changing to E10.
The above organisation are advising drivers that the Standard Petrol is changing to E10 from E5.
The difference is the amount of Bioethanol in the petrol. E5 has 5% whilst E10 has 10%
Petrol Cars manufactured after 2011 are E10 compatible. However, around 5% of petrol vehicles made before 2011 will need to continue to use E5 which will remain available as the super grade option at the pumps.
Using E10 fuel in an incompatible petrol vehicle will not cause immediate harm but continued use could damage your engine’s parts.
If in doubt, then check your vehicle out on
16th June 2021
Standard Petrol is changing to E10.
14th June 2021
The Club is pleased to announce that Mike Tasker has volunteered to run the above drive, commencing on Monday 21st June at 2:00 pm and running for 2 hours.
Members who wish to join Mike from next Monday afternoon should plan to be at the club from 1:30 pm so as to register in time for a prompt start.
To get the maximum number of members playing would members please pass this message onto their bowling colleagues, so as to spread the word far and wide as the more people playing the more enjoyable the afternoon is!
26th May 2021
The Board and Management are pleased to announce that we continue to open up the club with some additional openings now beginning in Early June, that are as follows.
From Friday 4th June, Barry Novis will be running a “DRIVE” for Members from 19:00 – 21:00.
From Saturday 5th June, Bob Harman will be Green Stewarding for members to have a roll up between 10:00 and 13:00, with the usual telephone into the club booking procedure
14th May 2021
WE WILL REOPEN
Monday – Friday
9.00am – 1.50 pm
(Subject to change)
We look forward to seeing all the members once again.
We will be operating on a month by month reduced menu until the winter season begins.
See the dining tables for the latest menu.
Pre-ordering is advised.
Please note until government guidelines change the restaurant will operate a strict table service policy.
We thank you for your patience while this is in force.
See you soon.
Rickie, Stacey, and Team.
29th April 2021
The club is very sad to announce the loss of John and Valerie Deacon who had been club members since 2011.
John was a full member right up to his death whilst Valerie having been a full member left us in October 2019.
Both died of Cancer whilst being cared for by their loving family with the support of St Barnabas House Hospice in Worthing.
John died on the 31st of March with Valerie following him shortly afterwards on the 17th April.
This meant that due to the closeness of their departure the family was able to hold a joint funeral on the 27th
28th April 2021
The Sussex County Women's IBA has announced that they have made no decisions regarding County Matches for 2021-22 or the playing to conclusion of the 2019-20 County Finals until the EIBA and Government Guidelines are made clear.
Entry Forms for 2021-22 County Competitions are unlikely to be sent to Clubs until September 2021.
Be assured Clubs will be notified about SCWIBA matches/competitions/leagues as soon as possible.
26th April 2021
The Summer League programme will begin with the Climping League on Monday 24th May.
If there are still any members who are not as yet registered with a team on Monday, Wednesday (Morning or Evening) or Friday and wish to play in one or more of the leagues then they should contact.
Bob Atkins (Summer League Secretary) immediately.
21st April 2021
The club has been asked by Les Webb’s partner Ann Harrison to thank everybody for their kind thoughts, cards, and flowers, that she received and which were very much appreciated.
24th March 2021
It is with great sadness that the club has to announce the sad loss of another one of its members who peacefully passed away on the 23rd of March 2021.
“Les ” who joined us in June 2011 was one of the club’s characters and will be sadly missed.
He was the Team Leader of Druids in the Tuesday mornings Winter league.
Our thoughts go out to his partner, Ann, as well as his wider family and friends at this time.
24th March 2021
It is with great sadness that the club has just learnt of the sad loss of another one of our members who passed away peacefully on the 15th of February 2021.
“Ian ” was one of the club’s early members who having left the club and then re-joined in October 2018 before leaving us again in October 2019.
Having had a short stay in hospital for an operation, Ian unfortunately picked up the Covid virus whilst there, which he then passed onto his wife who only had mild systems, whereas the combination of Covid and then, we believe, Sepsis was too much for Ian.
Our thoughts go out
Adur Indoor Bowling Club
Adur Indoor Bowling Club is a private members’ club that is run as a Trust with all profits being ploughed back into the bowling club. We are an important part of the local community having started in 1990 and celebrated our 25th Anniversary in 2015.
The Club provides indoor bowling facilities summer and winter on its eight rinks, and is one of the largest clubs in the Southern area with a wide membership from around the local Sussex area.
Membership of the Club is open to the whole community. Those with a visual impairment or physical disability are welcome.
We have a good car park adjacent to the buildings, and offer catering facilities with our catering team of "Mitchell's Kitchen" run by Rickie, Stacey & Veronica who serve lunches every week day for club members & their guests as well as visiting teams. There is also a well-stocked bar run by our Bar Manager Barry Novis ably supported by his team of club volunteer.