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BOWLING

Ten pin bowling with a touch of luxury. The Copper Bowl boasts industrial glam with a metallic sheen, giving this bowling alley a character all of its own.

 

We have eight lanes of bowling available, each with sociable seating, and a stylish bar area nearby. Two lanes, alongside an exclusive private lounge, can also be closed off and booked for parties or corporate events.

 

Bowl daily from 10am. Last entry to the lanes is 9pm.
All under 18s must be accompanied by an adult over the age of 21 at all times.

Join our brand new Social 10 Pin Bowling league, set to run every Wednesday from 29th January – 18th March 2020! Our Social Bowling League is perfect for getting friends together, practicing your game, and also introducing you to a little friendly competition. Games will run from 7pm – 9pm each week. To enter, you will need a team of 4 and £40 deposit (£10 per player). 

 

Closing date to enter: Friday 17th January 2020

 

Please email Guest Services to find out more information and sign up now!

Adult
£8pp per game
Senior (65+)
£7pp per game
Child (under 18)
£6pp per game
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    Please arrive at least 15 minutes before your booking.

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    All under 18s must be accompanied by an adult over the age of 21 at all times.

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    All equipment is provided, including shoes. You are welcome to bring along your own clean equipment if you prefer.

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    Bowling shoes must be worn at all times.

1366

1366

Perhaps the oldest sport in the world! There’s evidence of bowling in Britain in the 14th century as King Edward III outlawed the sport to ensure his troops stayed focused on archery.

1490

1490

However, the game regained popularity during the reign on Henry VII.

1600

1600

The English, German and Dutch settlers in America, brought with them their different adaptations and variations of the game bowling.

1841

1841

Due to its connections with gambling, Connecticut state law made it illegal to maintain 9pin lanes. This led to private lanes being installed in many mansions.

1880

Late 1800s

The game ten pin bowling developed in many states including New York and Ohio.

1895

1895

On the 9th September 1895, the American Bowling Congress was born, establishing rules and standardisation of the game for men.

1905

1905

The original wooden balls were replaced with the first rubber balls.

1914

1914

The Brunswick Corporation introduced the new Mineralite ball.

1917

1917

Saw the creation of the Women’s International Bowling Congress in St. Louis.

1952

1952

Production model pinspotters were introduced to the game, getting rid of the need for pin boys.

1961

1961

ABC became the first network to TV broadcast the Pro Bowlers Association competition.

2017

2017

The sport is enjoyed by 95 million people in more than 90 countries around the world.

2018

2018

The Copper Bowl opened at The Flower Bowl. This is bowling alley with a whole character and style of its own!