|Life MembersMr. R Perry, Mr C Reid, Mr C Bordley, Mr RA Young||PresidentMr Robert Moss||TrusteesMr. C Reid, Mr. RA Young, Mr. M Dobson|
|Secretary/TreasurerMr Martin Dobson459 Walsgrave Road, Coventry, CV2 4AH Tel: 024 7644 8916 Mob: 07904 589480email: email@example.com||League Match Secretary Mr Damon Naile
|Competitions SecretaryMr Len Peach2 Rectory DriveExhall, Coventry. CV7 9NZ Tel: 024 7631 1397email: firstname.lastname@example.org|
Welcome to the Coventry Bowling League.
The site comprises the Coventry Premier/Midweek League, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday Leagues
Covid-19 update - Return to Bowling
Please find attached an announcement from Mark Bircumshaw regarding the next steps regarding the return to Bowling, please refer to the attachement in the Covid-19 dropdown menu "Phase 3 Opening of Crown Green__ Bowls July 2020b".
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Coventry & District Bowling Leagues 2020
Throughout the ongoing situation with the Covid-19 pandemic we have kept a close eye on the recommendations and advice that has been coming from both Government and BCGBA and the impact this has on health & safety throughout both society and within the Crown Green Bowling community.
Whilst we have recently moved into phase 2 of the revised Government advice on the relaxation guidelines it is still unclear at which point in the future it could be possible to return to any form of competitive Bowling.
Therefore taking into account all information that is available to us we have made the very difficult decision to cancel the Coventry & District League & Cup season for 2020 and all Leagues will be rolled over to the 2021 Season. (copy of letter attached in Covid-19 menu)
We had looked into several ways that bowling could be made possible but with no clear plan on when we could safely return there was unfortunately no other option available to us. We also reviewed the current situation at many Clubs, some have already opened within the guidelines others currently have no visibility on when they will safely be able to resume bowling, these combined with the continued shielding of many of our members are also contributing factors.
Whilst this a very difficult and disappointing decision I am sure that you will all be understanding of our position, ultimately the health & safety of all our members and families is imperative.
Sun May 31st
Good morning please find attached in Covid-19 drop down menu a copy of the updated document from BCGBA regarding Phase 2 updated guidance.
Thu May 14th
Following the recent Goverment announcement regarding Coronavirus and the impact to sporting activities please find detailed below a copy of an email from Mark Bircumshaw (BCGBA - CEO) regarding County Competitions for 2020 and a phased plan for the return of Bowling.
Also attached (within dropdown menu Covid - 19) are documents 1.) Guidance on the reopening of greens, 2.) a word version of the risk assessment and a 3.) PDF poster for Clubs remaining closed.
Please read this information carefully, discuss with your Committee and Members before any final decisions are made.
Please note there are a number of constraints within Phase 1 that are required to be in place prior to any bowling commencing, can you please ensure all this information is available for review as required by the Coventry & District League & BCGBA, evidence of these will be requested.
I hope that you will all be clear about the requirements, however if there are any question then I am happy to try and answer or gain further guidance from North Midlands / BCGBA accordingly.
Martin Dobson - Secretary & Treasurer Coventry District Bowling Association.
From: Mark Bircumshaw <email@example.com>
Date: 12 May 2020 at 12:03:58 BST
Subject: Fwd: BCGBA Competitions 2020 Draft
Hi All,Dist to: Management, Officers and County Secretaries.Following discussions and County level survey on BCGBA National competitions, we have decided to roll over all competitions to 2021.This means that the fixtures for County Championships 2020, will be moved to 2021 with a subsequent delay in the 5 year rota.This also covers Mens, Juniors, Veterans and Ladies Competitions and will likewise be moved to 2021. The County rotation for the All Britain and Junior merits will also roll over to 2021. Senior Merit in Cumbria, Junior in Greater Manchester etc. Similarly in the Ladies competitions.The 2019 Ladies Champion of Champions; It is hoped we will be able to arrange a suitable date later in the year to complete this competition subject to restrictions allowing.World Club Championships Qualifiers for 2020 will roll over to 2021 and we will issue further information a we are able to do so.The Handbook 2020 will therefore cover 2020-2021 and a addendum will be produced in 2021 to reflect date changes and this will be updated on the website as soon as we are able to confirm dates and agreement with relevant venues.This decision has been taken to ensure that we are able to protect the safety of our membership and at this time it is not possible to ensure we would be able to complete the matches and qualifiers in a safe and secure way.Guidance on the reopening of green is attached in PDF version and a word version of the Risk assessment.A PDF poster for clubs remaining closed.Please be aware this is for Phase 1 opening of greens and will be reviewed in light of any changes for Phase 2 when additional groups may be permitted, this is to ensure that we have a safe opening of greens and to give clubs a chance to get used to the process needed to keep everyone safe.This currently only applies to Eng<
Thu Apr 2nd
All Clubs should have received some information from BCGBA & North Midlands Bowling Associtaion with respect to the latest position regarding Crown Green Bowling in these current difficult times, I have uploaded these files together with an information pack from Bowls England, you will find these in the download file "Coronavirus".
This information can also be found on the North Midlands CGBA website as detailed in post from Wednesday 1st April.
Wed Apr 1st
The North Midlands Crown Green Bowling Association has suspended all affiliated competitive leagues and issued new guidance that it strongly recommends against social bowling and that all clubs are closed until further notice, in line with our Governing Body (BCGBA) and the Uk Government. The full details can be found here.
Sat Mar 14th
Coronavirus update - The Coventry & District League is currently reviewing the developing situation regarding the Coronavirus outbreak. In the meantime below is the current position of our governing body: