Rinks must be prebooked, on-line or contact the club * - - * To receive your refund(s) regarding winter 20/21 season you must call into the club & provide your Bank Details. NO CASH refunds * - - * LEAGUES, if you are a team member short the full rink fee must be paid * - - * Winter 2021/22 League Renewal Forms are now available at the Club * - - * Your Membership Renewal Forms will be available from the 1st August Fees Due 1st September Available from the Bar Area

Melton and District Indoor Bowls Club has now been in operation since Christmas 1987. The Club did not suddenly appear "out of the blue" as an up and running concern, but was the direct result of the foresight of a few energetic and enterprising people who were involved in the game of bowls and wished to see an Indoor Club established here in Melton Mowbray.
The facilities for playing bowls indoors in the winter within the Melton area was very limited and those who wished to play their game through the whole year were faced with journeys to either Leicester, Nottingham or Grantham, and so these Clubs became the envy of the Melton bowlers
A wide variety of League, Friendly and Competition bowling was set up in order to attract a broad spectrum of members, and when the Junior Club was established the Club was able to cater for players of all abilities from 8 years of age to 80 years, so to speak.
The Club was officially opened by Lord King of Wartnaby on the 15th April 1988, and a few of both men and women internationals were present to demonstrate their prowess on this, the newest of indoor bowling surfaces. The Club very soon became recognised as one of the finest bowling venues in the country, and in 1989 was approached by the English Indoor Bowling Association, to hold the Men's National Championships and since then Melton has been the home of the Nationals.
This has proved to be a boon to both the Club and the town, and giving everyone from far and near the opportunity to see some of the finest bowlers in the country. All this has been made possible by good planning and consistent improvements within the Club but most of all by the hard work of Club members acting as stewards and officials during the eight days of the annual event.
Four of our young ladies were selected to play at Under 25 level for England against Wales in 2001, one of whom has moved on to be selected for her first full international match in March 2002. Each one of them started their bowling career with our thriving Junior Club, which meets every Saturday morning and where youngsters from as early as six years are taught the game from A to Z by coaches and helpers.
Improvements and new technology must always be at the forefront of the Management's mind, and so quite recently a new heating system has been installed, and now we are right up to date with a new wooden floor surface, installed by Greengauge, which gives Melton IBC one of the most up to date and accurate bowling surfaces in the country.
Another aspect of the life of MDIBC is the part played in the local community with bowling sessions for disabled and visually impaired groups. At the end of the winter season, in April, Melton IBC have staged an Open Pairs competition for disabled people, with entrants coming from all over the country.
The Club continues to provide enjoyment and friendship to all those who visit, there is now a determined publicity campaign to make a greater number of the local people aware of the facilities that are on offer at the Indoor Bowls Club in Melton.
There are a number of options open to anyone who is interested in the game of bowls, which include tuition, loan of shoes and woods whilst under instruction, social membership, which includes the use of the bar and restaurant. The restaurant has become a popular venue with a wide variety of meals and the facilities are available for hire for wedding and parties etc.