What’s it all about?
Kurling requires participants to deliver ‘stones’ from one end of a court to a target at the other end of the court.
The target has red, white and blue concentric circles and scoring is determined by the number of stones closest to the centre of this target. New Age Kurling is a form of the original curling game, but adapted so that it can be played indoors on any smooth, flat surface.
The game can be played by both able-bodied and disabled people of all ages alike.
New Age Kurling is played in 47 countries all around the world and has become so popular that it is recognised by most disabled unions in the United Kingdom. As a result of its popularity, New Age Kurling is fast becoming a mainstream sport in schools and after school clubs.
Dover and Deal Boccia Association (Boccia and New Age Curling: Disabled Adults) – Ann McCallum – 01304 240426
New Age Kurling at St. Augustines Centre – Carol Godden – 01303 220 780
For clubs in the Swale Borough Council District please contact Lisa Alexander
For more information please visit the Great Britain Kurling Association website
For a full set of the Rules please contact Nick Gibbs – Secretary of the Great Britain Kurling Association.