Sorry to report the death of one of our Metro Bowlers
One of our bowlers Ken Howell passed away in hospital on the 5th of August 2020 at the age of 78. He was diagnosed with cancer a year ago and battled through his chemotherapy treatment, and stayed at home until shortly before his death.Continue Reading
Visually Impaired Virtual Exercise classes
Join our FREE virtual exercise classes hosted by Tottenham Hotspur Foundations Health and Wellbeing coaches. Through November and December, we will be running weekly exercise classes exploring different types of training!Continue Reading
Annual VIBE indoor pairs!
Three Metro pairs descended on Nottingham hoping to win the annual VIBE indoor pairs competition. They were, initially, to play four games each against randomly selected teams.Continue Reading
Metro Bowls Singles 2019
METRO BOWLS SINGLES 2019 -On Saturday the 10th of August at 9.30, Eric thanked all for turning up in time for the Metro Bowls Singles Tournament. Eric thanked the 4 markers John, Steve, Josie’s husband David and Ken, and Ken’s wife Anne who helped Susan, the bowls club secretary, in the kitchen making teas and coffees all day.Continue Reading
Bowls: Metro Win against Kingston!
On Wednesday the 7th of August, the Metro bowlers had their annual bowls match against KAB, Kingston Association for the Blind, bowlers.Continue Reading