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Bowls England
also called English Bowling Association

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  1. governs the game of flat green outdoor bowls for men and women in England

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  2. formed on the 1st January 2008 following a merger of the English Bowling Association and the English Women’s Bowling Association

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  3. Its headquarters are in Lyndhurst Road, Worthing, next to Beach House Park

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  4. There are thirty-five affiliated counties, to which a total of 2,700 clubs are in membership nationwide

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  5. Official website

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  6. Approximately 132,000 players come under the jurisdiction of this association

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