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a town in southern Kentucky

a field of closely mowed turf for playing bowls

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Gateshead Council's cabinet voted to approve proposals to transfer Pelaw and Marley Hill bowling greens to their respective clubs on Wednesday.
The local council bowling green doesn't open at night or on Sundays.
The message from beyond the grave proved to be correct as at Kirklees Council's Huddersfield planning subcommittee on Thursday, councillors ignored all concerns and gave him the thumbs up to develop on the bowling green.
The Clarence bowling green on Utting Avenue has a lot of memories for young and old alike.
The bowling green, once considered one of the best council greens in the city, has steadily declined due to lack of regular attention.
When I was a lad the local parkie let kids play on well past their paid-for hour on the tennis courts or bottom bowling green - the immaculate top green was reserved for better players - on the understanding you came off if a paying customer arrived.
We are a bowling club who have a bowling green on a sports complex site along with another bowling club (crown green).
Despite denials from the council, residents living near Victoria Drive park and bowling green say the contents of a leaked report threaten an important park and bowling green near the promenade.
Meanwhile, the bowling greens are being ruined by youngsters playing cricket and football and cycling over them.
Eden, who still maintains one or two bowling greens, says he has never been ambitious in crown green bowls but quipped: "If myself and Lea Hall clubmate Andrew Smith manage to lift the Warwick and Worcester Presidents Pairs title at Moor Lane BC today , my transfer fee in bowls circles may go up and the bigger clubs may become interested."
BEACH volleyball courts, allotments or play areas could soon neighbour some of Edinburgh's bowling greens as part of a plan to overhaul underused sites.
THE shrubs being planted in Warbreck Park is a wonderful idea but isn''t it a shame that the two bowling greens that used to be there can't be restored to the way they used to be.
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