Find a club near you by visiting the Disability Bowls England website. Here you will be able to find clubs in your area that have provision for wheelchair bowlers, and a section explaining the other aids available.
What do you need to get started?
To participate in inclusive bowls activities it may be necessary for individuals or clubs to purchase adaptive equipment.
In recent years the game has become far more accessible to disabled people with the introduction of more accessible and electric wheelchairs. The equipment is constantly evolving and there are now a number of wheelchairs on the market some manual and some electric, that all have larger wheels so as not to damage the bowling surface and are designed to be stable and safe. Many clubs have a wheelchair you can borrow.
As well as the accessible chairs there are various other bowling aids to help people play like bowling arms, bowling buddies. A full list of equipment items that are available can be found on the Disability Bowls England website.