Prees Cricket and
Recreation Club has wonderful sports facilities for soccer, crown
green bowling, cricket, snooker, pool, astroturf football and darts.
For more details please click on the 'Activities and Fixtures' page.
The club has large screen TV with Sky TV for that big sporting
There are many activities for children and childcare particularly
during the school holidays.
also a superb function room available for hire for private
functions. We can also provide a superb buffet should you require
We also have space for advertising banners to promote your business.
This will be visible to a large number of people
year. For further information please contact the club.
Your hosts are Gary and Jan Dawson who will make you very welcome.
If you have any questions or need further information give Gary a
call or complete the 'contact us page' and we will ensure that you get a
Two years ago Daniel Beeston, a keen
young bowler from Prees, tore the cruciate ligaments in
his knee. Daniel spent many painful weeks in the Alice
Ward at the Oswestry Orthopaedic Hospital and is now
fully recovered. Daniel wanted to say a big thank you
for the wonderful treatment and care he received at the
Hospital. He also wanted to help raise some funding for
shelters at Prees Bowls Club where he plays his bowls.
With the help of his mother Jane and friend Jan Brain, a
‘Bowlathon’ was arranged over two days in August at the
Prees Cricket and Recreation Club. This raised the
wonderful sum of £500 which was split between the Bowls
Club and the Hospital. Daniel can be seen here
presenting the cheque for £250 to ward sister Susanne
Marsden and Physio Claire Eveson at the Hospital and
£250 to Brian Hickson, the Prees Bowls Club Chairman. Well done Daniel and all who helped or took part
several years Energize Shropshire, Telford & Wrekin,
in association with the Shropshire Star, have hosted
an annual awards ceremony which aims to recognise
and celebrate local people and organisations who do
great things to improve and increase sport and
physical activity provision for local people.
The Energize Awards mark what will be a long
tradition of rewarding local people and
organisations who have achieved in the world of
sport and physical activity.
Cricket and Recreation Club were finalists in the
2010 Community Club of the Year category "in
recognition of the outstanding work to provide a
high quality sports club".
Representatives from the Club attended the awards
ceremony and can be seen here receiving our Diploma
from host Steve Backley, the Olympic javelin gold
medal winner. Also Emma Burrell, the Club's
Childcare and Sports Development Officer, is shown
Steve's Olympic medals.