Hidden away down a leafy driveway close to the heart of the Royal Town of Sutton Coldfield and founded in 1906, we are a sports & social club with a unique range of facilities to offer.
Our tennis courts and bowling green are surrounded by a well maintained garden and hedges. Our large 85 seater clubhouse hosts thriving bridge, whist and keep fit sections with a snooker table upstairs.
Goldieslie Club run a full autumn and winter programme of social events providing a rich variety of entertainment including supper. We welcome new members in all sections and look forward to a visit or enquiry via the contact numbers on this site. Complete an enquiry form on any subsequent page and we will respond.
BOWLS 'BIG WEEKEND'
In conjunction with Bowls England & Crown Green Bowls, Goldieslie Club will Open their doors on 29th & 30th May to encourage members of the community of all ages to come along and see and participate in crown green bowls.
On Saturday 29th May at 11.00am Young people and their grown ups are invited to join in some fun, informal bowls activities for an hour or so. Primary school youngsters and above can enjoy bowling with their family and trying out some new skills. Equipment will be provided. Bring along sports or casual footware without hard heals.
if you have not booked don't worry we will fit you in.
On Sunday 30th May their will be continuous bowling taking place from 11.00am until 4.00pm to allow members of the community of all ages to watch and participate in crown green bowls. Visitors we be instructed by our bowlers if required. Come and say hello and see our facilities that our situated at the Highbridge Road end of Goldieslie Road.
No need to book, just turn up.
The club was founded in 1906 by J E Moorhouse, a local builder who lived in Goldieslie House on Birmingham Road. Originally a mixed tennis and men’s bowling club ladies gained bowling membership in 1947.
In 1950 the club became a Company Limited by Guarantee. A Board of Directors was appointed led by a Chairman and the role of President became non-executive.