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Disability Bowls was formed as part of the Stoke Mandeville Games which later became part of the Paralympics from 1960 – 1996.

Disability Bowls England (DBE) was launched in 2004 as the coordinating body for bowlers of all ages and abilities with a physical, sensory or learning (Intellectual) disabilities and was established as a Charity in August 2015.

Buckinghamshire Bowls Association (BBA) was formed in 2010, when the Buckinghamshire County Bowls Association (BCBA) and Buckinghamshire County Women’s Bowls Association (BCWBA) unified into a single county association.

The BBA is run by the Executive Committee, comprising of an Administrator, Treasurer, Men’s and Women’s Match Managers, Men’s and Women’s Competition Managers, the Association League Manager, County Development Officer, and representatives of the four divisions within Bucks; the Presidents are ex-officio members. The Executive meet regularly throughout the year to report on their activities and to discuss matters raised by the clubs.

There are 45 clubs within the county, split into four divisions for the administration of competitions; Buckinghamshire is, geographically a “long” county and travel from the north to the south is not easy.

Bowls England is the The National Governing Body for Outdoor Flat Green Lawn Bowls in England

Established on 1st January 2008, following the merge of the English Bowling Association (EBA) and the English Women’s Bowling Association (EWBA), Bowls England governs the sport of outdoor flat green lawn bowls in England and are comprised of 35 County Associations.

Bowls England play a leadership role, act as our sport’s ultimate custodian and govern activity within it. Clubs, organisations and individuals who affiliate to Bowls England will benefit from services and support.