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a town in southern Kentucky

a field of closely mowed turf for playing bowls

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They hope to offer suggestions for a compromised solution so the Maindy bowling green could remain open and the council would still make savings.
Club members fear the entire St Joseph's club on Whitchurch Road, which has an active membership of 300 people across a variety of activities, could be forced to close if the bowling green shuts.
More than 250 people have signed a petition against Cardiff council plans to close the popular bowling green, while numerous councillors across North Cardiff have backed the campaign.
The bowling green belonged to the Conservative Club, which stood slightly back from the (Woodhead) road and, as I remember, had a number of wide steps at its front.
Confusion over the latter arose because it is confirmed that the cricket club had its own bowling green, between the present cricket field and the river.
He said: 'The council has 12 bowling greens and would like to improve the facilities, but there is not enough demand to make it a budget priority.
We also have the same concerns as your reader, Tony Crane of Whitchurch (You Say, February 9), that closing the bowling green will encourage vandalism.
WORK is under way to construct a new bowling green in the grounds of Hanging Heaton Cricket Club in Dewsbury.
Cricket club president Mel Dearden, who has bowled for over 30 years and in the past has represented Ravensthorpe WMC and Heckmondwike Bowling Club, said he was overjoyed the bowling green was under way.
A POPULAR bowling green could face closure so a Liverpool school can begin a pounds 5m expansion plan.
With the amalgamation of Alsop and Queen Mary we need to enhance these plans so we are looking at the possibility of taking the bowling green.
A POPULAR bowling green in a Huddersfield park is to be surrounded by steel security fencing.
Similar fencing has already been erected at Marsden Park, to protect the bowling green.
Around the bowling greens at Rumney Hill Gardens, Howard Gardens and Fairoak pleasure gardens people sit on the benches enjoying the calm and quiet atmosphere.
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