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The Historyof Burleigh Bowls
The Burleigh Heads Bowls Club’s official opening was in 1937. The greens have seen many changes since then. Extra land was requested from the council during 1939, particularly the east and western sides of the grounds. This eventuated and later we had a green consisting of 16 rinks in line. This proved unsatisfactory owing to playing one way only, causing bare patches at each end. A motion was passed on the 10/10/1958 to divide the green as it is today.
The Nerang Shire Council had offered a site on reserve No.42 and this was accepted. On 24/11/1935, members of the Greens Construction Committee of the Queensland Bowling Association visited Burleigh Heads to give advice and assistance to this fledgling club. A hearty vote of thanks was tendered to these gentlemen from our club members.
Board of Management
Chairman – Paul Hynes
Vice Chairman – Ossie Moore
Secretary/ Club Manager- Justin O’Donnell
Treasurer – Philip Westlake
Board Members – Simon Fowler, Bob Hynes and Allan Cullen
President – Sue Fenton
Vice President – Di Pickett
Secretary – Lynn Myers
President – Brian Bottrell
Vice President – Paul Griffiths
Men’s Councillors – Mick Myers, Clarry Nash and Anthony Taubman
Selectors – Graham Absalom, Peter Street, Greg Pierce and Steve Miller
Welfare Officer – Peter Webber
Representative to the Board – Paul Griffiths
Representatives to the District – Brian Bottrell, and Anthony Taubman
Bowls Co-ordinator – Barrie Lester
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The Club dress code requirements are based on neat and tidy attire (including proper footwear) with an appropriate level of personal hygiene being adhered to at all times. The level of appropriate attire and standard personal hygiene will be determined by the club at it’s sole discretion.
The following are not permitted at any time in the Club:
- Stained, torn, dirty, ripped or excessively frayed clothing
- Clothing with obscene or offensive slogans or pictures
- Unpleasant levels of personal hygiene which are offensive to others
- Any other clothing deemed not to be neat and tidy by management
- For Males – Designer Singlets allowed up until 6pm
- Bare feet
- For males – No hats, caps or beanies after 6pm
Burleigh Heads Bowls Club thanks you for adhering to these dress standards.