Associations and Groups
Open to local residents over the age of 16 years
Experienced players and novices welcome
Membership £20 per annum including key
Membership years runs from 1st April - 31st March
The Club is open 7 days a week from 10am - 10pm
Table can be pre booked
Opportunity to play in League Competition
Lessons available for beginners
Table lighting by meter - £1 per 30minutes
Chairman: Martin Tremayne
Treasurer: David Rickard
Secretary: Chris Mason 07816918461
For more details contact Martin Tremayne 01326 250203
A village bowling
Green Bowls - 2 greens of 3 rinks each. League competitions for
men and ladies. Mixed friendlies are played at weekends.
bowls - 2 league teams operating during the winter months plus
of New Extensions - 4th June 2011
Dr Denis Gartside, Chairman of Mawnan Parish Council
outdoors April - September
Indoors (Carpet Bowls) October - March.
in Falmouth & Camborne Carpet Bowls League
not give it a try?
members welcome - special discount on first year of membership
Mick Leigh on 07725008250
visit our website
Tuesday 2pm - 4 pm Social Carpet Bowls
are fun afternoons - no experience required.
Enjoy a game, a cup of tea & a chat
Cricket Club runs one village league team playing on Saturdays
and one mid-week team.
Players of all ages and
abilities are welcomed.
Net practice at the Carwinion Road ground are held on Tuesday
Match day bar facilities
available for supporters!
Contact Peter Rawson
Telephone : 01326-250573
Chairman: Mr R Pascoe (315164)
Secretary: Mr Barry Pitman (315542)
Treasurer: Mr I Snowdon (313253)
Association Football Club
Chairman: Mr Colin Bate
Vice-chairman: Mr Tony Tonkin (250293);
Treasurer, Mr Barry Christophers (314627).
All correspondence to the Chairman
(telephone 01326 250582)
Membership Secretary:- Mrs L. Capone
An annual 10k, 5k and
fun run starting in the Carwinion Playing Field
Runners and walkers are
more information contact Jon Sykes on 01326-250318
River Gig Club
more information contact the Secretary
Lawrence on 01326-280658
down Carlidnack Lane with the Millenium Cross in foreground