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Bangalow club reopens with a bang

The Bangalow Bowling Club.
The Bangalow Bowling Club. Marc Stapelberg

BANGALOW Bowling and Sports Club has been reinvented as a social spot for all.

After a long financial battle and an uncertain future, the club's president Brian Mackney has announced the business will officially re-commence trading on Friday.

"As we reinvent the Bowlo as our sports and community club we will be aiming to connect the entire Bangalow community through sport, culture and social events," he said.

Activities, including music performances, sport clinics for kids and art workshops, will be held at the club all weekend.




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