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Welcome to the Bradford Curling Club website!

Street Address

125 Simcoe Road,
Bradford, ON
L3Z 1Y3
Mailing Address

P.O. Box 209.
Bradford, ON
L3Z 2A8



The Bradford Curling Club is located in the Holland Marsh, the heart of Canada's vegetable industry.  We welcome new members and hope that you will come out and try the sport of curling.  Conveniently located in the centre of town next to the Bradford Arena. 

Please click 
here for a map to find us.  Wheelchair accessible.

Our curling facility gratefully acknowledges the financial support of the Canadian Curling Association through its Curling Assistance Program.






For the second year in a row the BDHS Boy's curling team is off to the OFSSA Provincials,albeit a different cast the boy's will trying to improve on last years 4th place finish.

Play will start on March 9th and will take place at the Trenton, Brighton and Sterling Curling Clubs, in total there will be 20 boys teams from across the province playing in 4 - 5 team pools. Each pool will play a round robin and the top two teams from each pool will advance to the playoffs.

The five man team this year will be led by Connor Fudge at skip, rounded out by Doug Thompson, Connor Ramsay, Cameron Gardiner and Cameron Wells.

All players are part of the BCC Junior program.

Coaches are Peter Fudge and Roger Sorenson.

Good curling boys !!!

Once play starts results are available on the link below.


Mark Saturday May 2nd on your calendar. That is the date BCC will be holding their season ending night of fun at the club. If this is anything like last year you will not want to miss this event.

The cost is only $ 10.00/each so get your tickets now as the number is limited due to liquor regulations. For more information see the poster.


Thanks to the leadership of Jane Hooper-Perroud, Pat Perroud and Ziggy Doberstien the rocks at the club were matched recently.
With several people spending up to 7 hours throwing rocks we were able to ensure that curlers are now throwing rocks which are very similar in speed and curl. The one thing which was found during this process is that the rocks are in good shape and really we should be okay for the next few years. 

At the same time the running surface of every rock was profiled and found to be very close to the acceptable 5.5 to 6 mm in width. 

Those throwing rocks were; Peggy Barrette, Michel Barrette (both from South Muskoka), Doug Thomson, Jordan Kemp, Russ Gale,Larry Bakewell and Gabe Perroud. Many thanks to these people along with Jane for doing all the leg work.

Thanks also to the OCA for the loan of the equipment necessary to carry out this procedure.

The handles have now been changed and the rocks textured, so all the work has been done and we are good to go.

We are pleased to announce the Bradford Curling Club has been chosen, in memory of the late Superintendent Mark Grant, to receive a defibrillator as part of the Canada's 911 Ride Foundation.
Superintendent Grant was a 32 year member of the York Regional Police force and a member of the Bradford Curling Club, as a curler on Frank Badowich's Monday CYOR team , who at the age of 54 died as a result of a motor vehicle accident
The Canada 911 Ride Foundation hosts an annual police escorted motorcycle ride to raise funds and awareness of the foundations causes. These include helping families of fallen emergency services workers, helping children who have been victims of violent crimes, as well as working in conjunction with the MIKEY Network to make defibrillators more readily available to save lives.
The Canada 911 Ride Foundation will also donate a plaque in memory of Superintendent Grant to be hung beside the defibrillator.
As part of the agreement the Bradford Curling Club will be required to have several club members undergo training on the proper usage of this defibrillator.
The Bradford Curling Club would like to thank both the Canada 911 Ride Foundation and the MIKEY Network for providing this valuable equipment to our club.

The Bradford Curling's recently held Volunteer Days were a huge success, many thanks to those who were able to make it out for the three nights of doing various tasks, which helped to prepare the club for the upcoming curling season.

Following are some of the jobs which were completed, by a group of about 18 volunteers, over the three night period:

  • Clean out and freshen up kitchen cupboards .
  • Clean up and paint trophy  case.
  • Hang advertising signs after painting of walls.
  • Install handles on rocks.
  • Re-install Curlers Welcome sign.
  • Vacuum and wipe down lockers.
  • Power wash extra brooms.
  • Paint new ramp steel.
  • Paint new trim boards.
  • Paint far end benches.
  • Clean upstairs windows.
  • Wash window curtains.

Again thanks to all those who had the time to help out.


The latest  "AROUND THE HOUSE - Issue 5-2" dated February 16th, 2015

For previous issues, please click here.


The Bradford Curling Club has many sponsors in the community, if you are ever in need of the services which they provide, we would ask you to take them into consideration.

A list of these sponsors can be found on this page, by clicking on the sponsor logo on that page you can access the individual websites.

Club Sponsors

Thank you to these sponsors and their commitment to the sport of curling in Bradford.

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