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Number Ten Bowling - Romford

 Number Ten, 1st Floor The Brewery, Romford, London, RM1 1AU

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Tel: 01708 732 237
Email: info.romford@numbertengroup.com
Web: www.numbertengroup.com/bowling.htm
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Information logo  What is here
Number Ten Bowling is a very lively place and there's a lot to do!
There are 24 lanes for tenpin bowling.
A group of 8 people can bowl in one lane.
There is a bar and cafe and you can also play video games or pool.
Some lanes have bumpers on either side of the lane - so you can't help but score!
Opening hours logo  Opening hours
Sunday 10.00 am – 11.30 pm
Monday 10.00 am – 11.30 pm
Tuesday 10.00 am – 11.30 pm
Wednesday 10.00 am – 11.30 pm
Thursday 10.00 am – 11.30 pm
Friday 10.00 am – 11.30 pm
Saturday 10.00am - 12.00 midnight
Closed Christmas day - phone and check the times for Christmas Eve and Boxing Day.
   Booking tickets
It's a good idea to call first.
Groups with less than 8 people should book the day before going.
Groups with more than 8 people should book 4 days before going.
   Cost or concessions

People with disabilities can get a concession price at off-peak times (10.00 am - 12.00 midday).
It costs about 1.75 for each person to bowl. 8 people can bowl together in one lane.

If you go at a peak time (when they are very busy) it is more expensive.

 The peak times are:
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 6.00 pm to closing time.
Saturday and Sunday from 10.00 am to 12.00 midday.

Off-peak times are cheaper because they are not so busy.

 The off-peak times are:
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 10.00 am to 6.00 pm.

Here is how you can work out the ticket price:
If you are an adult (a person over 18 years old):
it costs 4.50 to go at peak time,
OR 3.50 at off-peak time.

If you are a junior (a person under 18 years old):
It costs 3.50 to go at peak time,
OR 2.50 at off-peak time.

 Getting there
Number Ten Bowling on the 1st floor of the Brewery shopping centre.
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Parking logo  Parking
There are accessible parking spaces in the shopping centre.
Bus logo  Bus
128, 193, 496 are the nearest mobility buses.
They also run at night.
Tube logo  Tube
(District line) Dagenham Heathway underground station is the nearest station - but too far to walk from!
   British Rail
Romford mainline station is about 400 metres from Number Ten Bowling.
The mainline station is accessible for wheelchair users.
Wheelchair access logo  Access from outside
You get to Number Ten Bowling from the Brewery shopping centre.
The Brewery shopping centre is very accessible (There are accessible lifts and an escalator)
Number Ten Bowling is on the first floor. The entrance is flat and very wide.
   Getting around inside
There is a small ramp to get onto the bowling lane.
There is plenty of room for a wheelchair user to move around inside Number Ten Bowling.
Wheelchair facilities logo  Accessible toilets
There is a unisex accessible toilet.
It is not locked.
The doorway is 990 mm wide.
The staff were really friendly and helpful on our visit.
Registered assistance dogs are welcome.
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