How did people learn to bowl in the 1960’s? Thanks to the USA, there were multiple booklets frim the ABC, AMF, Brunswick and more. Did anyone have this one?
Back in the early Sixties as bowling arrived in the UK, AMF produced a series of Introduction booklets and leaflets educating the country to this new leisure activity that from the start also promoted the […]
by Helen Tamblyn-Saville I’ve been following the comments about string pin bowling with interest this week, following the announcement about Airport Bowl and then the statement the BTBA released today. I’ve been on the fence […]
Sunday 30th June 1972 saw the first leg of the very first junior inter-Counties tournament at Ambassador Lanes, Lewisham. Greater London, Kent and Surrey boys all took part with one or two young names that […]
On Sunday 7th July 1969 whilst traveling from a tournament at Walton Pier to join with team mates in Coventry Tony Mercer was involved in a road accident and sustained fatal Injuries…. At the door, […]
Like a lot of bowlers, John Ashbridge fell in love with the sport but focused his passion on the industry side. Different positions with various bowling chains gave him the experience to take on a […]