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Ross-shire bowling clubs divided over whether to reopen if Scottish Government gives permission to resume


By Will Clark

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Some bowling clubs in Ross-shire have said they will not open up immediately, even if given the green light to do so by the Scottish Government.

It is expected to be announced today that restrictions will be lifted on bowls, as well as angling, golf and tennis as part of a gradual process to get out of lockdown.

Conon/Maryburgh Bowling Club have said they are looking at rolling into action again if they are allowed.

Conon/Maryburgh Bowling Club says it will look to get back into action once the Scottish Government gives the go-ahead, which is expected to be today.
Conon/Maryburgh Bowling Club says it will look to get back into action once the Scottish Government gives the go-ahead, which is expected to be today.

But other clubs in Ross-shire say they are going to wait until further phases of lockdown lifting have been implemented.

Conon/Maryburgh president Brian Campbell said there had been demand from their members to open up the lawn and will look to do so.

He said: “There’s been a dozen members chomping at the bit to play."

Read more in today's North Star.


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