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Enfield Vision

Founded to promote the wellbeing of visually impaired people living in Enfield.


Enfield Visually Impaired Bowls ClubThe rink

Why not come and join us for a really great leisure activity?

Enfield Visually Impaired Bowls Club has been in existence since 1999, and has given immense pleasure to many people with a sight loss.  If you are blind or partially sighted, or know someone who is, then why not join us for an enjoyable afternoon out.

Tournament teamThe game of bowls has been specially adapted for visually impaired people by using a string up the centre of the rink, static mats, and using the clock face to describe where the woods are in relation to the jack.  Full instructions on the rules, and training on how to stand and how to use the woods will be given to any new players.

We play every Thursday afternoon during the summer at the Pyms Park Bowls Club, and every Thursday afternoon throughout the winter at the David Lloyd Leisure Centre.

CelebrationAs a club, we are involved in many friendly games with other visually impaired and fully sighted clubs.  We also take part in some knockout tournaments.

Membership is free, and beginners are very welcome whether registered blind or partially sighted.  Coaching will be given and age is not a barrier, as our members ages range from their twenties to eighties.  Limited transport is available.  Please contact James Finch at the Enfield Vision office.

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Charity Number 1063846.
Helping visually impaired people.

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