We are grateful for the support of our sponsors.
With other outlets in Edinburgh for bowls equipment closing down, they are now the only supplier based in Edinburgh and would be happy to meet all your needs for bowling equipment – from bowls to other accessories
They stock mainly Taylors (as can be seen from their window display ) but can source anything you might need. With their shop in Morningside, they are local and very accessible for our members.
They are offering a 10% discount to members on production of your W&G membership card
Bathing Mobility Advisory Service (BMAS) – The Edinburgh Easy-Access Bathroom Specialist
We are a caring family-run business passionate about creating safe and comfortable bathrooms in the home you love. Over the last decade, we have designed and installed over 2,000 easy-access bathrooms, each and every one as individual as our customers!
Our aim is to exceed your expectations and we offer a fully-managed service to make the whole process as stress-free as possible. We are very proud of the number of referrals we receive, and of the kind words left by our customers on Trustpilot.
If you are unsure of what’s best for you, please contact us for a chat or visit our showroom. We also offer a free quote and design service with absolutely no obligation.
7a Grange Road EH9 1UH 0131 668 2227 email@example.com bathingmobility.co.uk
Showroom Dobbies Garden Centre, Lasswade. Open 7 days a week 10am-5pm
Free Care Kit For Club Members*
*Please ask for more details.
Offering 10% discount to W&G members to commission on electrical or plumbing work in 2019
For security installation with offer of discount to W&G Club Members
James Ritchie Clockmakers
Our latest sponsor is the long-standing Edinburgh firm of James Ritchie Clockmakers.
James Ritchie opened for business in 1809in Leith. where they developed as leading clock and watchmakers in Edinburgh, famously pioneering electrical horology and collaborating with Alexander Bain and astronomer royal Charles Piazzi Smyth in creating the mechanisms for the one o’clock gun and time ball on Calton Hill. In1872 (the same year that W&G was founded) James Ritchie improved the Bain’s system of sympathetic pendulums. By means of contacts, fitted to the pendulum of the master clock, the coil of the secondary pendulum is energized at each swing keeping it in absolute step with the master clock. Today they act as specialists in the restoration, conservation and repair of antique clocks.
It is a James Ritchie electric clockthat marks time whilst we play on our Green.
They are offering W&G members a 50% reduction of replacement watch batteries from their Gilmerton workshop at 151b The Old Byre, The Drum, EH17 8RX Telephone : 0131-556 1420