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Bowls Disability Mark

BOWLS DISABILITY MARK – recognising clubs who aim to be inclusive to all

The Bowls Disability Mark is an accreditation scheme developed to recognise and reward those affiliated bowls clubs who are inclusive and welcoming to disabled people.

It represents another step forward for disability bowls within England. Aside from the recognition that the accreditation will bring to clubs, it will also allow national and local bowling and/or disabled organisations to have the confidence to recommend your club’s facilities to disabled, and non-disabled people, who wish to take up the sport.

It is important that all clubs strive to be as inclusive as possible and embed themselves within their local community.

In addition, obtaining the accreditation will:

• Raise the profile of your club
• Bring your club new members.
• Give your club priority for hosting Disability Bowls England competitions
• Increase your club’s chances for funding, sponsorship and facility hire.

More information about the scheme can be accessed on the BDA website http://playbowls.org/disability-bowls/advisory-guide  from where the Bowls Disability Mark Club Pack can be downloaded.

If your club would like to be considered for the Bowls Disability Mark then please email disability@playbowls.org  for information on the next steps.

       

Updated 11th October 2019

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