Local Clubs

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Bryneglwys Gardening Club

Members meet on the second Monday evening of each month at 7:30pm in the Bryneglwys parish rooms. There they catch up with fellow gardeners, swap seeds and listen to a speaker on specialist gardening or wild-life subjects.

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Llandegla & Bryneglwys Badminton Club

The Llandegla & Bryneglwys Badminton Club meets every Wednesday evening in the Llandegla Memorial Hall - all standards welcome. The club enjoys a varied social programme which includes walks, barbecues, quizzes, theatre, concerts and much more.

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North Wales Mountain Bike Association (Llandegla)

Coed Llandegla N Wales MBA organises mountain bike racing at local and regional levels, as well as hosting at national events in the disciplines of Cross Country, Hillclimb, Downhill and Trials including National Points and National Championships.

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Corwen Sharks Children’s Swimming Club

Based at the Corwen Leisure Centre, Corwen Sharks is an independent swimming club run by a dedicated committee and coaching team of volunteers. The club has around 50 members, many of whom have won medals at competitions throughout North Wales.

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Berwyn and District U3A (Canolfan Ni, Corwen)

The University of the Third Age (U3A) is an international self-help organisation for the retired and semi-retired, providing educational, creative and leisure opportunities. Berwyn and District U3A meet on the third Monday of each month at 2pm.

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Corwen and District Angling Club

The Corwen and District Angling Club is the largest single game angling concern on the river Welsh Dee. With over 16 miles of river fishing, members enjoy fly fishing for salmon, grayling, brown trout or sea trout, bait and spinner fishing for salmon.

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Corwen Male Voice Choir

Corwen's male voice choir - Cor Meibion Bro Glyndwr - rehearse every Wednesday starting at 8pm in the Neuadd (the room above Corwen library). New members are always welcome and are guaranteed plenty of fun, whilst singing and socialising.

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Llangollen Rifle & Pistol Club

Established in 1951, the Llangollen Rifle & Pistol Club has three club weapons: a 7.62 target rifle, a 223 telescoped rifle, and a 303 service rifle. It has regular shoots (two per month) on MOD full-bore ranges including Sealand and Chester, shooting up to 300yds.

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Clwyd Young Farmers Clubs

The Vale YFC Edeyrnion club meets every other Wednesday at Corwen Sports Pavilion; the Llangollen club meets every Tuesday at the Youth Club, Willow Hill, Llangollen; and the CFFI Rhuthun a’r club meets every other Monday night at the Drill Hall in Ruthin.

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Rotary Club of Ruthin

Rotary International is a worldwide network of inspired volunteer men and women who translate their passions into social causes in order to change lives. Its motto is 'Service above Self' and its ethos is 'Service and Fellowship'.

Club Officials - if you manage a club within ten miles of Bryneg and would like to be listed on this page (free of charge), please send a suitable photo by email to website@bryneglwys.co.uk with the name of the club, a link to its website, and a short, factual description (i.e. similar to existing listings) of what you do. Note that we reserve the right to edit or refuse listing submissions without explanation.

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