Malvern Victoria

Bowling Club

Victoria Park, Malvern Link, Worcestershire, WR14 2JY

(Founded 1908)

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Malvern Victoria Bowling Club is a private club, founded in 1908. It is located in the picturesque Victoria Park, Malvern Link, and offers first class facilities for outdoor flat green bowling. We have a lovely 6 rink green with magnificent views towards the Malvern Hills.

Ladies,Gents and Mixed bowling are available to members, from early May until September,weather permitting. Non members are also very welcome to come along and use the green, experienced bowlers, and beginners with perhaps a view to learning the wonderful game of bowls.

Malvern Victoria Club House

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Useful Website links:

Worcestershire Bowling Association


Bowls England

Malvern Residents’ Handbook

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Short Mat Bowls

Every Friday 2pm

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We are now open for bowling once more. The green was opened on Monday, 19th April.

We can now have rollups and friendly matches. All rinks can be used but with a limit of 24 players using the green.


We have an excellently maintained green, a superb clubhouse, friendly and welcoming members and a brilliant view of the Malvern Hills. Many members, both old and new, have already played this year. Why not come and join them? All we ask you to do is first ring Booking Secretary, Don Handy, telephone no. 01886 832079.


We warmly welcome new members. After all the rigours of being confined indoors, what better activity is there than the outdoor sport of lawn bowls. We are very keen to attract new members from Malvern and beyond. If you would like to join our club, please contact Brian Costigan, telephone number 01684 897717.


At present the changing rooms are closed, and only toilet facilities are used. Drinks are served outside. All our members are well versed in complying with the Covid 19 restrictions.

We would ask you to maintain social distancing, wash your hands and any equipment you have used.