About your visit
Do Your Bit
We are asking customers to:
- Wash your hands regularly
- Use the sanitiser provided
- If using equipment please clean before and after use
- We recommend customers wear face masks when moving around the building
- We regularly clean and sanitise our facilities throughout the day and end each day with a deep clean.
- There will be cleaning stations available for customers to use in each business area.
- NHS track and trace posters available around the building for you to check in should you wish.
Have a safe and enjoyable visit.
Please arrive approximately 10 minutes before your start time and come bowling ready with appropriate footwear.
Please have your booking confirmation ready when arriving at DC Bowl reception which is located in the Bistro on the first floor.
Please arrive on time as late arrivals may not be able to bowl and could lose the total amount paid. Please leave plenty of time for your journey.
Flat shoes are required for bowling participants. You can wear your own shoes providing they are flat and are not sandals, open toes, wedges or heels.
Bowling shoes are available if you don't have suitable footwear.
We have a wide variety of weights and sizes so everyone can enjoy a game. Balls range from 6lbs to 15lbs. The light weight balls have smaller finger holes for children.
Ramps and lane bumpers
Young children and can use the ramps and lane bumpers to make bowling easier for them. The ramps are also suitable for wheelchair users as their chair can usually fit underneath.
Bowling Hints and Tips
For some useful tips on brushing up your bowling skills you can visit the tenpin website [external link]
Groups and Parties
Bowling parties are now available, please email us for availability [email protected]
The bowling alley is available for private hire bookings for corporate events and team building activities, please email us for availability [email protected]
Dolphin Centre gift cards area available to purchase, please email [email protected] for full details.
Flashing lights and special effects are in use during play, this may affect individuals with photosensitive epilepsy.