Data Protection was identified as an area of concern by many of our member clubs in the recent surveys that we have carried out. We’re here to help eradicate any nervousness surrounding the laws and in our next episode of ‘The Extra End’, our Director of Development, Adam Tanner, advises clubs on the key parts of the current data protection laws that are relevant to our clubs. The short podcast is ideal for all club and county administrators, focusing on the laws from a bowls-specific view, and we hope that any concerns you may have can be eased.
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Hailing from New Zealand, but now based in London, Isaac Shieh bowls for Paddington Sports Club in London and is a talented musician; specialising in historical and contemporary performance.
International Technical Official Allan Thornhill has travelled all over the world, officiating at many World Championships and Commonwealth Games. Allan is the next guest on ‘The Extra End’ and discusses his experiences in the sport with Bowls International Editor Sian Honnor.
As you may recall when we first had a lockdown last year Bowls England put a number of keep fit videos amongst their podcasts. For ease, these are available at the link below.
In addition, Jean Lambourne has kindly sent us the item below about relaxation. Admittedly it is aimed at schools but then we are all kids at heart!
Sian Honnor talks to World Bowls President, John Bell
Bowls England’s recently appointed Chief Executive, Jon Cockcroft, gives his early reflections and thoughts about the future on the latest episode of our official podcast ‘The Extra End’.Jon, who joined Bowls England on 1st June, speaks to Bowls International Editor, Sian Honnor, about his wish to involve everyone in the development of a strategy that takes our sport forwards.Jon also gives an insight into his background, what skills he brings to the role and the importance of what a home Commonwealth Games can bring to our sport.