Puddings, Peaks and Perfect Treats

With bowlers becoming increasingly adventurous in their travel destinations, visiting Derbyshire helps break the mould whilst also offering you a great opportunity to support inland clubs that really appreciate the revenue from tourists.

Savour the distinctly English heritage and scenery of Derbyshire as you experience some of the wonderful sights and attractions of the region against the backdrop of the outstanding Peak District National Park – home to pretty market towns, villages, and stunning historic houses waiting to be explored.

Transform your bowls tour into a holiday with visits to local attractions, such as Chatsworth House and the Bakewell Pudding Shop in the Peaks and the Melton Cheeseboard in the south for unforgettable experiences for both bowlers and non-bowlers alike.

Long Eaton Town Bowls Club

Buried in Derbyshire’s beautiful countryside, and bestowed the honour of being one of the best greens to play on in the county, you’ll find the homely and welcoming Long Eaton Town Bowls Club. This humble club upholds outstanding community values, and are more than happy to stand as a social hub for clubs to visit and mingle.
Being only a stone’s throw away from the Peak District, it’s easy to see why many are jumping at the chance to meet the club, play friendly fixtures, and soak up nature in one of the most breathtaking parts of the UK.

Derbyshire & the Peak District

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