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Throughout our history, the members of the Richmond Men’s and Ladies Memorial Bowling Clubs have formed an integral part of the community and the foundation of our business. Formed in 1949 and 1957 respectively, these clubs have been at the centre of our social and recreational services and established our long association with sporting groups in the Hawkesbury.
Throughout their history, both clubs have produced a number of outstanding bowlers that have represented the district at an extremely high level. The clubs also continue to have a strong philanthropic spirit, raising money through fundraising events for local projects such as the Hawkesbury Living Cancer Trust.
Today, the bowling club continues to maintain community ties and promote an inclusive environment for our older members. For many, lawn bowls is a way in which our members can remain active and participate in a recreational activity. It has been the foundation of many residents’ social lives in Richmond and has grown into a thriving sporting club with a rich history.
For newcomers or people who wish to hone their skills, tutoring and lessons are available from experienced bowlers at the club. The club also regularly organises social and barefoot bowls tournaments. Far from being the pursuit of the elderly, the game is an excellent way to keep active, get social and participate in the community.