Fairbourne is a community.
Fairbourne is not just a village, it is a strong, close-knit community, with hundreds of residents. At first glance, it may appear to be a sleepy seaside town, but there is always a lot going on beneath the surface.

Community Events
There are currently no forthcoming community events, but keep checking back here, as events happen regularly.

Community Notices
Below is the community notice board, which may be used by any community group within Fairbourne to post details of their group meetings.
Fairbourne Bowling Club, Glan Y Mor, Fairbourne
Fairbourne Bowling Club overlooks the beautiful Mawddach Estuary. Facilities include Lawn Green Bowling, Boules, Skittles and Croquet, and Pavilion - these are also available for hire - contact the Chairman for details.

OPENING TIMES FOR VISITORS
11.00 AM - 5.00PM (weather & competitions permitting)

PRICES
ADULTS 3.00
JUNIORS(under 17) 1.00 per session per lane
 
MEMBERSHIPS
FULL MEMBER 35.00 per year
SOCIAL MEMBER
(who can play at special events by invitation)
15.00 per year
ASSOCIATE OR COUNTRY MEMBER
(who lives over 20 miles away)
25.00 per year
JUNIOR MEMBER
(aged under 17)
25.00 per year

Competitions and matches against other local teams are held regularly throughout the year.
For information or to play, please contact.....
Peter Cole (Chairman) - 01341 251270
Cliff Arthur (Treasurer) - 01341 251018
Tony Battersby (Games Organiser) - 01341 250630

Local Attractions
Fairbourne Steam Railway
Fairbourne Golf Club
Fairbourne Bowling Club
Fairbourne Beach
Bwlch Gwyn Farm Pony Trekking
The Blue Lake
Barmouth Ferry
Barmouth Bridge

Eat Out in Fairbourne
Indiana Cuisine
Springfield Hotel
Fairbourne Chippy
Fairbourne Cafe
Penrhyn Point Cafe
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