ELMWOOD PARK
BOWLING CLUB

Our Club

Back in Time. Memories!!

Back in Time. Memories!!

Nineteen Years Ago. 7 – 3 – 05 The name changed from St. Albans Bowling Club to St. Albans-Merivale. This was made to more clearly show our location in the heart of Merivale. Over the years the boundaries of many suburbs had become blurred as new housing areas had grown. The confusion with St. Albans Shirley…

Elmwood Park Bowling Club.          MuzzaWeb

Elmwood Park Bowling Club. MuzzaWeb

The St. Albans-Merivale Bowing Club and the Elmwood Bowling Club have amalgamated. For the next period of time there was one club but both greens were utilized. The next significant event was be the completion of the new complex at Heaton Street in May, 2023. This has now occurred and we are housed in our…

Officers and Officials 2023 – 2024

Officers and Officials 2023 – 2024

OFFICERS AND CLUB OFFICIALS.      2023 – 2024. Patron: John Elley President: Neil Johnstone                    Vice President: Brian Smith The Executive Committee: Brian Smith (Chairperson), Neil Johnstone, Lesley Campbell, Erin Hyde, Jan Shirley, Michael Stewart, Fiona Frew, Joyce McKinnel, Brendon Day Secretary: Lesley Campbell, Mary Ann Johnstone,…

Join Elmwood Park.

Join Elmwood Park.

Thinking of Joining. ELMWOOD PARK BOWLING CLUB. The friendliest bowling club in Christchurch. . Subscriptions. Full membership          $275.00 Associate membership          $50.00 Restricted membership          $100.00  These members can participate in social events and designated club days including the present Friday tournament and have roll…

The Road to Completion.

The Road to Completion.

The Future.   14 – 8 – 20 From President Pete! A survey, commissioned by Deloittes, has been sent to all club members. As you will be aware the executive commissioned Deloittes to compile a survey of where the EPBC may look to take the club into the future. As part of their project they…

History.

History.

The Elmwood Bowling Club, a men’s club then, was formed in 1927. The Club obtained the use of a part of Elmwood Park, which had earlier been given to the Council by Sir Heaton Rhodes who had farmed the area, for a bowling green. A green was formed, now the No. 2 green, and as…