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    DRESS CODE

    This will be as laid down by the Bowls England rules.

    The main points for our Green are :-

    Footwear – Whether in competitive or casual play this is the one item of dress that has to be adhered to. Bowling shoes have to be flat-soled with no heel or ridges. The reason for this is so that the green does not get ripped up or torn. These shoes can be brown, grey or white. White is a requirement for some County and S&D matches/competitions.

    Men’s trousers – We wear grey for all evening league games and white for friendlies and competition days and finals.

    Ladies skirts/trousers – We wear grey for all evening league games and white for friendlies and competition days and finals.

    Shirts/jumpers etc – These are to be white, unlike a lot of other clubs we have not introduced club coloured polo shirts.

    Ties/Cravats – The wearing of these has been relaxed but they should be available as they may be required for certain games

    Wet gear and head gear – These come in a variety of styles but at all times these should be white. In the rain nobody really cares about style and colour.

    If you are playing or marking a tie for a club competition the dress code is greys.

    There is no dress code for roll-ups except that flat-soled shoes must always be worn.

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