The Club was formed in 1956 and is one of the finest in Kent with great facilities and friendly people.

With over 90 members (men & ladies) aged from 12 upwards, you are never too young or too old to play bowls!

The green is always maintained to the highest standard and we have an excellent Clubhouse with a dining room and a lounge bar which is open every day throughout the summer season.

The Club plays 'friendly' and competitive ladies, mens and mixed fixtures with other local clubs, both midweek and at weekends.

Members may play as often as they wish and there are weekly informal 'roll-up' sessions on Tuesday mornings (plus Thursday evenings in the early part of the season) which are ideal for new players.

Several members who learnt the game at Borough Green are included in our list of County Champions:
2012 - Ladies Fours (Jean McCallum, Rita Horn, Carole Slight, Jane Cogle)
2014 - Mens Singles (Duncan Hanmore)
2014 - Ladies Singles (Jean McCallum)
2014 - Ladies Fours (Chris Wells, Rita Horn, Jean McCallum, Jane Cogle)
2014 - Ladies Under 25 Pairs (Becky Banks, Rachel Banks)
2017 - Ladies Fours (Dawn Slater, Eve Strudwick, Heather Young, Rachel Banks)
2022 - Mens Under 25 Pairs (Josh Rowe)
2022-  Ladies Fours (Becky Banks, Leah Saxton, Di Sekjer, Jane Cogle)

We thought that 2018 was an historic year for the Club with their first Millennium Trophy win, Jane Cogle reaching a National Semi-Final (Senior Singles) and the Ladies reaching the last eight in the country in theTop Club......................
This was surpassed in 2022 with six representatives at the Bowls England National Finals including Di Sekjer and Jane Cogle reaching the Semi-Final of the Senior Pairs, Josh Rowe reaching the Quarter-Final of the Junior Pairs, Josh, Rachel Banks and Jane Cogle  winning Gold Medals for Kent in the Mens, Ladies Junior and Senior Inter-County Championships respectively.

For those who might be retiring from more physical sports, bowls is a great way to remain active and stay involved in competitive sport at Club, County and National level.

Whether you prefer a casual or friendly game, or something more competitive:


Open days are held in May (see 'Diary') and free coaching is available throughout the season.

If you have any questions or require further information please e-mail: