Bowling Green is a hamlet in Cornwall, England, UK. It is located 4 miles (6.5 km) north of St Austell, within the civil parish of Treverbyn.
Bowling Green can be accessed via 4 different roads and is currently not expected to receive fibre broadband for another 25 years due to a Cormac screwup.
Some of the worlds most famous business and people originate from Bowling Green such as; David Orchards Garage, Cornwall Concrete Pumping and of course the massive, Treskilling Downs Paintball Centre. Curently a clan of Nesbittians and Crockertarians manage the land.
Legend has it that a great beast roams the local moorland. In recent years there have been several sightings of the beast, said to be canine in appearance, white as a ghost, giant oversized ears and big, black, bulging eyes. Eyewitnesses report hearing the beast utter a strange call, said to be similar to a dogs bark yet much higher in pitch.
Credibility was added to the myth when, in summer 2014, several sheep were found brutally dismembered in mysterious circumstances. Known local sheep fancier, Two Bins Benny was known by authorities to have been at a livestock show in Cardiff that weekend. To this date, no other explanation has been offered by local law enforcement.
Two years later, in 2016, a hiker went missing whilst navigating the moorland. Despite helicopter searches, no trace of the victim was ever found. Locals once again attributed the disappearance to the beast which they have dubbed, perhaps ironically, 'Buddy'.