No, you didn’t read the title wrong footstools and crown green bowls is exactly what we will be talking about in this article! As one of our employee’s visited Blackpool last week to play in the Spring Bowling Festival taking place, he only went on to go and win it and bagging himself £500!!! In the festival he was representing Whitkirk Bowling Club in Leeds, not far from our Yorkshire factory in Stourton.
For those thinking what the heck is crown green bowls, let us explain. Crown green bowls is a code of bowls played outdoors on a grass or artificial turf surface known as a bowling green. The sport's name is derived from the intentionally convex or uneven nature of the bowling green which is traditionally formed with a raised centre known as the crown. The aim of crown green bowls is to roll a set of two bowls from the hand towards a smaller target bowl known as the jack. Rolling the bowl or jack is known as the delivery. When delivering a bowl or jack, the player must place one foot on a mat to ensure that all bowls and jack are sent from the same spot. If you are still confused why not watch Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp play!
This got us thinking do crown green bowls players need to put up their feet after a good day’s bowling? We can only think they must especially if you have been playing for a whole week like our colleague! Putting your feet up with a good cuppa only seems fair, so why not check out our fabulous footstool range.
Then on the other hand it also got us wondering how many crown green bowling clubs would require seating for their club houses!? We have the perfect solution to this as our cube seating and round stools would be perfect for clubhouses across the country, and with a range of many colours we are sure you will find a match to your bowling clubs team colours.
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