Links

Thurston the Home of Snooker since 1799
 
Thurston provide a comprehensive service for all your Snooker, Pool & Billiards requirements not only in the UK but throughout the World - www.thurston.co.uk
 
Servicing Snooker/Billaird/Pool tables - www.snookerservice.co.uk

Peradon - Cue makers since 1860
 
Offer a bespoke cue making service - design the cue of your 'dreams' - length, tip size, shaft style, butt design, your own name plate etc. etc. - And if you mention the normanclare web site in the additional comments box then you will get a 5% discount from the original price quoted on the site www.cuewizard.co.uk
 
Bingo tickets and equipment, playing cards, poker chips, darts and other club games www.thurston.co.uk
 
English Association of Snooker & Billiards www.englishsnooker.com
 
Snooker Scene magazine http://www.snookerscene.co.uk

Chris Lloyd - keen collector of Billairds & snooker items with special interest in Joe Davis -  www.vintagebilliards.co.uk

Crown Green & Lawn Bowls and accessories plus full renovation and testing service for BCGBA & World Bowls www.thurston.co.uk
 
Chris Turners SNOOKER ARCHIVE - Snooker tournament results, World Ranking, maximum breaks etc. etc. www.snookerarchive.co.uk
 
Gordon Radford has a great interest in cues and his web site - www.thecuecollector.com has a great deal of useful information on cues.

David Smith is an acknowledge expert on 'old cues' . He can help with information and values. he requires  pictures of the cue especially the butt end, tip size etc. Contac him at - cuesnviews@yahoo.co.uk

Andy Hunter is recognised as one of the UK's most knowledgeable experts on antique billiard & snooker cues. He can be contacted via his email address - andyoldcue@aol.com

The Cue Guru - A Pictorial encyclopedia of Snooker and Billiard Cues, a must for every Snooker / Billiard cue enthusiast with a large database of photographs of old and new cues - http://thecueguru.weebly.com/

For quality Antiques and Coins visit - shanklincollector@btinternet.com

Interested in Bowling Green Bowls ? Take a look at - www.thesportofbowls.co.uk