COVID-19 Safety Regulations - BowlsWales

This guidance supplements the Welsh Government guidance and directives by covering situations specific to the sport of bowls.

It is a live document and will be updated as Welsh Government advice changes.

BowlsWales is seeking to support those clubs that wish to reopen and members who would like to play, to do so safely and in accordance with the guidance as set out by the Welsh Government.

Our guidelines are available below.

BowlsWales is here to help -if you feel we can, please email us at any time at

Bowls is Back Checklist (F)


The following documents will be available following advice and guidance from Welsh Government


COVID-19 Guidance- Lawn Bowls


Covid-19 Club Risk Assessment


Lawn Bowls Poster

Indoor Bowls

COVID-19 Guidance


COVID-19 Clubhouse Guidance


Indoor Bowls Poster

Short Mat Bowls

COVID-19 Guidance


Short Mat Bowls Poster

Welsh Crown Green Bowling Association

Covid-19 Guidance


The Roles & Responsibility of the

Club Covid-19 Officer


Crown Green Poster

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