This coming 2022 season we will be competing in the following leagues, Norfolk County Federation Bowls League, Sub Area B, Norfolk Bowls Association (EBA), East 2, Great Yarmouth & District Bowls League Division 2, Great Yarmouth & District Bowls League Ladies League and various Cup competitions.
The club prides itself with having what we consider one of the best bowling greens in Norfolk, this is with continued investment and hard work by our green keepers, this has made us a popular venue for County League Play Off Finals, visiting touring teams and friendly matches.
Great Plumstead Bowls Club is located within easy reach of Norwich being just five miles east of the city, so if you are looking for an inexpensive sport, we always have a warm and friendly welcome for new members of all ages and abilities to join us, with existing members always willing to assist.
Mixed Pairs Champions 2021
David Crosby & Eve Evans
David Crosby and Eve Evans won the mixed pairs after an extra end in the NCBA County Championships held at Great Plumstead Bowls Club. Lilian Barber won the NCWBA Senior Singles and Pauline Scott won the Champion of Champion Singles in the County Competition held at Holt Bowls Club. They all went on to represent Norfolk at the EBF National Championships held at the Suncastle greens in Skegness.
Norfolk County Bowls Association at their 2021 AGM has elected Paul Tree as the Vice President for the coming 2022 season.
Lily, Natasha, Victoria and Amy at the Royal Leamington Spa, 2021 Bowls England National Finals.
Our clubhouse has a licensed bar and offers a warm welcome to visiting teams and for our full and social members they can participate in social activities throughout the year these include short mat bowling, board games, card games, pool and quiz ‘n chips nights.
Each year we are pleased to invite Stepping Stones in May and the local 1st Great & Little Plumstead Cub Pack in September to play games on the green.
A warm welcome is always given to all at our clubhouse.
During the year friendly fixtures against local clubs, other county clubs and touring teams are always welcomed and these have become very enjoyable social events.
At the 2021 Bowls England National Finals at the Victoria Park greens in Royal Leamington Spa.
The Amy Rose Bowl an Inter-County Competition young Lily Barker, Natasha Brooks and Victoria Brooks were in the Norfolk team and they reached the semi-final stage, but lost to Somerset by one shot (38-37) after the drawn match went to an extra end.
Also in the women's National Inter-County Two Fours Competition the Walker Cup, Amy Barker was in the Norfolk Team reaching the semi- final losing to Lincolnshire (39-21).
The Gordon Tree Memorial Plate.
As one of the few local bowling clubs with floodlights we held our third ‘Floodlight League’ inviting other clubs to compete, this proved very successful and Burlingham Bowls Club won the trophy again in 2021.
The Gordon Tree Memorial Plate
is played for on a home and away basis against South Walsham Bowls Club they won the match at home in the 2021 season.
South Walsham Bowls Club winning The Gordon Tree Memorial Plate 2021