Borough Park Bowling Club
The club was formed in 1926.
It is affiliated to Bowls England, the E.I.B.A. Ltd, the Y.C.B.A, Y.C.W.B.A, Y.C.I.B.A and Y.C.W.I.B.A.
The original Redcar Borough Park B.C. was a men only club playing on council greens and operating from accommodation within Borough Park. It is now an amalgamation of the original club and bowlers from the Redcar East Community Association.
The present clubhouse was built in the 1980's on land that the members had the foresight to purchase from Redcar Racecourse.
The four rink indoor facility was added in 1996 with the help of a grant of some 45% of the cost from the English Sports Council Lottery Fund.
The club continues to be run on an almost entirely voluntary basis which is a tribute to the hard work and dedication of a number of the members. By developing the way it has, the club has tried to retain a family atmosphere and become an integral part of the community which can be enjoyed by both bowlers and social members on an equal basis and is now a registered Community Amateur Sports Club
The club uses two 6 rink outdoor bowling greens, leased from and operated in partnership with Redcar and Cleveland  Borough Council. 
Teams play in the following leagues.
North Yorkshire E.B.A. league 1 team Click here to view the club history narrated by the then secretary, George Frankland, in 1983
Teesside ladies league 1 team Click here to see the 1983 Captain's interview
Middlesbrough league 1 team Click here for a preview of the 1983 Presidents day
Langbaurgh triples league 1 team Click here for a preview of the 1985 Presidents Day
Cleveland league 2 teams The President 1985         President's speech 1985
Cleveland  triples league 2 teams The birth of the new club house
Teesside veterans league 3 teams  


Secretary. President. Treasurer. Ladies secretary.
 John Selley  John Selley John Branch  Ann Smith

Categories of membership.
(Please refer to the secretary if any clarification is required)
Full membership.
Elected by the General committee. Annual subscription 10, due on January 1st each year and payable before the end of March. Junior bowlers pay 1.00 per year. This fee enables members to bowl indoors and outdoors, enter leagues and club competitions and represent the club in national, county and friendly fixtures.
Indoor bowling.
The rink fee is 2.50 per player per 2 hour session.
Outdoor bowling.
An annual outdoor season ticket fee of  £30, payable at the beginning of the season,  enables  members to play for league teams and in the club, league and county competitions. This entitles players to as many roll-ups as they wish. An additional fee of 1 is payable by each player in a club league team to assist with the bowling costs of transport, replicas, etc. The fee for non season ticket holders is 1.50 per game.
Life members.
Elected by the club in General meeting upon payment of a life membership fee.
Honorary members.
Limited to 10, elected by the club in General meeting after 15 years continuous membership.