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Isle of Man September Bowling Festival 2020

Type:Sporting Event

Isle of Man Bowling Festival


Over the years the festivals have grown from strength to strength and include new and innovative competitions as well as carrying over £18,000 prize fund per festival.

The competitions are played over 5 days on 6 different bowling greens, all within close proximity.

Competitions include those for men and women, mixed pairs and tourism and consolation competitions. The festival is also structured so that even if players lose every game they can still play for four of the five days - a great way to ensure your trip to the Island is not wasted if play doesn’t go your way!

For travel and accommodation please go to  If you would like to book travel and accommodation as a package through a tour operator please go to

The entry form for the September Festival is available at the bottom of this page.



  • Guide Dogs Permitted


  • On-Site café/restaurant
  • Picnic Site

Parking & Transport

  • Parking (free)

Provider Facilities

  • Toilets

Provider Features

  • Outdoor Event
Nobles Park, Douglas, IM2 4DB
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Opening Times

September Bowling Festival 2020 (7 Sept 2020 - 11 Sept 2020)

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