Thank you for signing your club up to the Let’s Roll! campaign.
The premise is that through national communications and by empowering existing club players, we will encourage new people to come along to our clubs, take part and be active. The essence is around enjoyment – bowls is a welcoming, fun and simple proposition that is different because it’s accessible, Covid-friendly and the perfect way to spend a warm summer’s day.
In order to get the message out in a quick, safe manner and in keeping with the way many of our members already connect to their friends and family, this campaign will take place largely through digital and social media.
To assist with the campaign, we are offering a number of free digital resources that clubs, and your members, can share across social media networks to raise awareness further. We will also be nationally managing the campaign on our own social media advertising – remember to engage with us on the following channels:
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We have provided the graphics in a number of file formats such as PNG, JPEG and PSD. If you require any further assistance, please email email@example.com and he will be happy to assist you.
Attendance Monitoring Form
We want to continue to support clubs to recruit new bowlers through national initiatives. We request that you complete this form in as much detail as possible in order that we can measure the success of ‘Let’s Roll’ and provide relevant support and resources to our clubs in the future.
Please return completed forms to firstname.lastname@example.org by 30th September to be entered into a free prize draw supported by Drakes Pride. Three clubs, drawn at random, will receive two sets of Drakes Pride bowls that can be used in support of their future recruitment initiatives.
We have compiled this guide to assist individuals and clubs who wish to try different and fun variations of our sport.
Our guide includes some simple ‘how to play’ information, however please feel free to tailor to your own requirements.
Don’t forget that many of these games could utilise a ‘fixed jack’ to save time and avoid multiple people from touching them.
The resource libraries will continue to be updated. Check back regularly to see the latest material.