Clubhouse Refurbishment is now well underway !!

    Refurbishment work is now well underway at Bristol St Andrews Bowling Club - just 4 weeks into the project and already a lot of work has been    done. 

   Every week further photographs will be placed on this page so that you can also keep upto date with the progress being made.



Week Five & Six ( 13th - 27th November 2017 )

WEEK FOUR & FIVE: Building work has been slightly slower over the pass two weeks as the club needed to obtain an EPC report prior to the solar panels being installed. However, the work carried out to date helped the club to achieve a good report, which now means the panels can now be fitted next week. Work has also started on the viewing balcony, with the wooden rails being replaced with taller ones that meet the current building regulations. Further work has also been carried out by members in reorganising both the clubhouse cellar and gardening shed.


Week Four (06/11/2017)

WEEK FOUR - The fitting of a new roof and guttering has now been completed, and the scaffolding is starting to come down. The clubs decision to fit solar panels has meant that the scaffolding on the bowling green side will need to stay a little longer - this will in the long term save us money!      This week has also seen the introduction of a canopy over the main entrance metal staircase. 

Week Three   (w/c 30/10/2017)

WEEK THREE - The fitting of a new roof & guttering is now nearing completion. New UVPC Doors have also been fitted to the Changing Room and Skittle Alley Door. Floor tiles at the top of the main staircase stairs and on the outdoor balcony have been replaced with Anti Slip tiles.

Balcony Tiles Replaced

Week Two  (w/c 23/10/2017)

WEEK TWO - With the old roof removed a lot of time this week has been spent fixing the new roofing in place. The Old wooden windows in the kitchen (2), clubhouse lounge (4), and clubhouse toilets (2) have been replaced with UPVC windows.  

Week One  (w/c 16/10/2017)

WEEK ONE - Following the erection scaffolding and the arrival of a sealed container for transporting the old asbestos sheeting work could now start. The old roof was removed by a specialist company from South Wales working alongside Mogford Prescott. Unfortunately the weather during the removal was not good, but despite this they managed, not only fit the new roofing sheets - but also fit further insulation. The roofing joists ( which were nearly 100 years old) were in the main, in very good condition - with only two sectionsneeding to be replaced.