KeepActive : Sports clubs and groups in Inverness and Area
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The list which follows shows the name, venue and contact details for 45 activities in the category "Sports" which will be of interest to older folk in Inverness and the surrounding area. The categories are listed alphabetically within towns - the list of choices on the left hand side of the screen allows different categories to be displayed.

Each entry in the list will offer information regarding meeting days and times plus a number of choices whereby you can be transferred to the website of an organisation, send an email or text message to the organiser, view the location on a map or find a contact number to call.


Balloch : Balloch Indoor Bowling Club, Balloch Hall Click for contact details
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Indoor Bowls

Meeting Times
   Tuesday : 1930 to 2130
   Friday : 1930 to 2130

Note
   September – April
Cost
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Beauly : Over 50s Badminton, Phipps Hall Click for contact details
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Meeting Times
   Monday : 1000 to 1230
   Thursday : 1000 to 1230

Cost
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Beauly : Senior Citizens Bowling, Phipps Hall Click for contact details
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Indoor Bowls - social activity which can also improve fitness, coordination and skill development.

Meeting Times
   Tuesday : 1400 to 2200
   Friday : 1400 to 2200

Cost
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Cannich : Strathglass Bowling Club, The Cannich Hall Click for contact details
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For anyone who is interested in playing Outdoor & Indoor Bowls.

Provides exercise, company and fun.

In the main hall in winter, outdoors in summer.

Bowling started in November 1980 with over 40 members.

Meeting Times
   Monday : 1315 to 1630

Cost
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Drumnadrochit : Indoor Bowling, Glenurquhart Public Hall - (Blairbeg Hall) Click for contact details
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Indoor Bowling

Meeting Times
   Monday : 1900 to 2200
   Wednesday : 1400 to 1600
   Thursday : 1900 to 2200

Note
   October - March
Cost
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Fort Augustus : The Bowling Club, Public Hall Click for contact details
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Meeting Times
   Wednesday : 1400 to 2100

Cost
   Not known

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Fortrose : Chanonry Sailing Club, Chanonry Sailing Club Click for contact details
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Chanonry Sailing Club welcomes sailors of all ages, offering social sailing, dinghy racing, dinghy training and coaching opportunities.

The Club has some dinghies available for the use of Club members who do not have their own boats.

We have trot moorings for Club members with cruisers and access to Fortrose harbour.

Recently the Club has built a St Ayles coastal rowing skiff and an enthusiastic group takes part in rowing activities both at home and away. A second skiff is planned.

Check our website for much more useful information about the Club and we also welcome enquiries.

Meeting Times

Note
   Please check website for full programme.
   
Cost
   The Club website has details of membership costs.

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Fortrose : Walking Football, The Black Isle Leisure Centre Click for contact details
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A slower paced version of the beautiful game.

Enables older people to return to a sport they once loved or try out a new activity which suits their fitness level.

Come along to find out more and have a go!

Meeting Times
   Monday : 1100 to 1200

Cost
   Not known

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Invergarry : Invergarry Short Mat Bowls Club, Glengarry Hall Click for contact details
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Visitors are very welcome and we have spare sets of bowls if you don't have your own.

Meeting Times
   Thursday : 1900 to 2200

Cost
   Membership fee is £2.00 per person per evening and this includes refreshments.
   
   Visitors are welcome at £3.00 per head with bowls provided by us if necessary.
   

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Invergarry : Senior Badminton, Glengarry Hall Click for contact details
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(10 of 45)
Badminton arranged on demand depending on numbers interested.

Enquiries welcome .

Open to all ages

Meeting Times
   Wednesday : 1900 to 2100

Cost
   Not known

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Invermoriston : Senior Bowling Club, Millennium Hall Click for contact details
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Bowling times : Two sessions, 1400 to 1600 and then 1930 to 2130

Meeting Times
   Monday : 1400 to 2130

Note
   October to April
Cost
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Inverness : Ashton Bowlers, Raigmore Community Centre Click for contact details
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(12 of 45)
Indoor bowling.

Meeting Times
   Monday : 1400 to 1500
   Friday : 1400 to 1600

Cost
   Not known

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Inverness : Badminton (TOFFS), Inverness Leisure Click for contact details
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Inverness Leisure’s sports halls are host to our “TOFFS” group (The Over Fifties Fitness Session) which is a three-times weekly exercise and fitness activity programme devised for our more mature customers and which attracts a growing number of participants.

Badmington is played at all levels.

Come along and challenge your fellow TOFFS to a game or two!

Meeting Times
   Monday : 0930 to 1200
   Wednesday : 0930 to 1200
   Friday : 0930 to 1200

Cost
   High Life Members - no charge
   TOFFS (The over fifties fitness session) – £3.10

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Inverness : Carpet Bowls, Inverness Leisure Click for contact details
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(14 of 45)
Carpet Bowls - gentle exercise and a pleasurable pastime.

Join us for a social game at a relaxed pace where beginners are always welcome.

Bowls provided.

Meeting Times
   Wednesday : 1000 to 1200

Note
   No play usually during school holidays
Cost
   High Life Member - no charge
   TOFFS (The over fifties fitness session) – £3.30

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Inverness : Clachnacuddin Small Bore Rifle Club, Various Locations Click for contact details
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The club has an outdoor and indoor range as well as a clubhouse. The club can provide access to all the equipment that is needed to take up .22 target shooting - rifles, ammunition, shooting jackets, gloves etc, together with basic training.

Membership of a rifle club is governed by a strict set of laws so club address is not shown. Before attending the club to shoot (or handling any weapons in the club) you require a police check. So prior to attending the club they need to know who you are, and to send off a form to the local Police Firearms Unit.

If you want to visit the club with a view to becoming a member please send an email including your postal address and - if possible - a land-line telephone number that can be validated via directory enquiries - on your first contact.

On receipt they will send you a link to a web-form that collects the necessary infomation to complete the application.

Meeting Times
   Monday : 1900 to 2200
   Wednesday : 1900 to 2200
   Thursday : 1900 to 2200

Note
   The club can take small numbers of new members at anytime throughout the year.
   
   In September (prior to the winter season starting) there is an intensive induction course run by the club for a group of new-starts/beginners.
   
   The outdoor range is used more heavily in the Summer (April to Spetember)
Cost
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Inverness : Dalneigh Bowling, James Cameron Community Centre Click for contact details
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A great way to have gently exercise, for the body and the brain. We have sociable competition with each other, but its all in good fun.

Stop for tea and cake half way through.

Come along and try it, and meet new people.

Meeting Times
   Tuesday : 1400 to 1600
   Thursday : 1400 to 1600

Cost
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Inverness : Drakies Senior Bowling, Culcabock and Drakies Community Hall Click for contact details
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Meeting Times
   Wednesday : 1900 to 2130

Cost
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Inverness : Duncraig Bowling Club, Cameron Youth Centre Click for contact details
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(18 of 45)
Indoor bowling.

Meeting Times
   Friday : 1745 to 2100

Cost
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Inverness : Fraser Park Bowling Club, MacEwen Drive Click for contact details
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Outdoor bowls / lawn bowls

Open to anyone of any age – we welcome new players and visitors - social activity which may also improve fitness, coordination and skill development.

Affiliated to Bowls Scotland, Northern Counties and Northern Counties Ladies Bowling Associations, Inverness Bowling Association, Inverness Senior League.

The club holds friendly inter-club matches

Meeting Times
   Monday : 1900 to 2100
   Tuesday : 1400 to 1600
   Friday : 1900 to 2100

Note
   May through to September, both months inclusive.
Cost
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Inverness : Fraser Park Bowling Club, MacEwen Drive Click for contact details
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Indoor bowls / Short Carpet Bowl

Open to anyone of any age – we welcome new players and visitors - social activity which may also improve fitness, coordination and skill development.

Bowls available but please bring smooth flat soled footwear / slippers.

Affiliated to Inverness and District Bowling League

Why not come along and try the sport. Should you wish coaching, this can be arranged by mutual agreement.

Meeting Times
   Tuesday : 1400 to 1600
   Thursday : 1400 to 1600

Note
   October through to March, both months inclusive
Cost
   Not known

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Inverness : Highland Table Tennis Club, Inverness High School Click for contact details
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All abilities welcome - experienced and beginners.

Meeting Times
   Tuesday : 1700 to 1800

Note
   Term times only
Cost
   £4.00 per session

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Inverness : Indoor Bowling Club, Charleston Community Centre Click for contact details
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Meeting Times
   Tuesday : 1945 to 2100
   Thursday : 1945 to 2100

Cost
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Inverness : Inverness & District Indoor Bowling Club, Castle Heather Click for contact details
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Annual Membership is open to experienced bowlers and "first time" bowlers as well.​ If you've never tried the game then give us a call and we'll arrange an introductory visit , trial game, and if you decide to join further instruction and coaching is available.

Experienced bowler, what do you do in the winter or when the weather is less than favourable?

If you're not already a member of the indoor club then why not give it a try.

Or call into the stadium, our duty manager can provide you with the necessary details and membership application form

Meeting Times
   Monday : 1000 to 1200
   Wednesday : 1400 to 1600
   Thursday : 1000 to 1200

Note
   The club's membership year runs from 01 September to 31 August.
   
   Open 6 days a week during winter & Wednesday PM during summer (phone for current opening hours)
   
   Winter bowling October to end March:
   Monday to Friday: 10-12, 2-4 and 7-9pm
   Saturday: 10 - 12
   Sunday: 7 - 9pm
   
Cost
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Inverness : Inverness Angling Club, River Ness Click for contact details
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Our aim is to get more people to take up angling to enjoy the unrivalled fishing facilities of the Highlands.

We lease double bank rod fishings for some three miles of water on River Ness where there is always a good chance of a fish.

You'll always find club members at the huts during the peak of the season, from June to October willing to offer advice.

For further information please click on Website and be transferred to the Inverness Angling Club website.

Meeting Times

Cost
   Membership 2016
   Special entry - £100 for those who have not been members within the last five years
   Season adult membership £160
   Associate membership £175 Male, £95 female
   Concessionary (at age 65 with 12 years of consecutive senior membership) £65
   Juniors (under 18) – free membership
   Intermediate - 18 to 20 years inclusive – £50
   Ladies – £80 (Apply on senior form)
   Sea Trout Permits
   
   Estuary Beat (Black Bridge to the sea) - £20 per season
    Visitor Permits
   
   February 1 to May 31 - £15 per day, £75 per week. Junior and member’s guest (using card boxes) £15.
   June 1 to October 15 - £25 per day, £125 per week. Junior and member’s guest (using card boxes) £15. Half day permits, 1300 to midnight, £15.
   
   

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Inverness : Inverness Canoe Club, Inverness Aquadome Click for contact details
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Inverness Canoe Club was formed in 1996 and now has over 250 members paddling at all levels - from beginners to the very experienced. We are active in most recreational areas of paddlesport including sea, white water and open canoe and we hope you will find a place in the club that will suit your particular interests.

Pool sessions are held on Friday nights during the winter months in the Inverness Aquadome. An introductory course, run in the spring, allows beginners to gain confidence in the pool, before progressing outside onto the Caledonian Canal at the Muirtown Basin and then onto the river and the sea.

A wide range of canoes and kayaks available for hire to members and a number of qualified coaches cover all paddling disciplines.

Meeting Times
   Wednesday : 1900 to 2100
   Friday : 1900 to 2100

Note
   Wednesday nights between May and September
   Friday nights during the winter months in the Inverness Aquadome
Cost
   Student/Unwaged/Retired Membership (Age 65+): £10 per year

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Inverness : Inverness Curling Club, Inverness Ice Centre Click for contact details
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Inverness Curling Club is one of the clubs playing at Inverness Ice Centre and has been established since 1968.

There are plenty of opportunities to play in internal club games and in the Inverness Province Leagues, which are played between all the clubs at the Inverness Ice Centre. We all play for fun and competitively. With a membership of approximately 30, the club is friendly and sociable.

We welcome everyone.

We are a mixed club with players of all abilities ranging from beginners to very experienced curlers and have several experienced coaches who would be more than willing to help any curler (club member or not!) if asked.

Meeting Times
   Monday : 1900 to 2000
   Tuesday : 1900 to 2000
   Wednesday : 1900 to 2100
   Thursday : 1900 to 2100
   Friday : 1800 to 2100

Note
   Most of the games are played at 6.50pm or 9.00pm during the week, but there are also a number of Saturday Bonspiels.
   
   Monday 19.00 - 21.00 and 21.05 -23.05
   Tuesday 18.50 - 20.50 and 21.00 - 23.00
   Wednesday 18.50 - 20.50 and 21.00 - 23.00
   Thursday 19.30 - 21.30 and 21.35 - 23.35
   Friday 19.30 - 21.30 and 21.35 - 23.35
Cost
   All clubs have Membership Fee and ours is in line with the other clubs.
   
   We also collect the Scottish Curling Subscription (£20-2018/2019), the Inverness Ice Centre Levy (£20 2017/2018 under review), and the Inverness Province Subscription (£4-2018/2019) so that there is only one outlay each year.
   
   Our club Subscriptions are currently £9.50.
   
   Ice charges are £11 per game at present.
   
   You really need to join a club to be included in a team to partake in regular games. The Province games are roughly every three weeks and the club games are fitted in around other games when ice is available. No club has a regular "club night" for ice.

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Inverness : Inverness Mosque Sports Club, Kenneth Street Hall Click for contact details
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We run regular sessions of badminton in Kenneth Street Hall (Property Of St. Andrews Cathedral).

These usual occur every Tuesday after 7 or if it is a nice day we play outdoor football insh'allah.

Meeting Times
   Tuesday : 1900 to 2000

Cost
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Inverness : Inverness Orienteering Club, Various locations within 50 miles of Inverness Click for contact details
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Inverness Orienteering Club is the local club for the sport of orienteering in the Inverness area and much of highland Scotland. Orienteering clubs are mostly known by their abbreviations so we are mostly known as INVOC.

INVOC holds a range of orienteering events and activities each year, and members participate in orienteering events large and small both locally and further afield.

We also put on coaching activities and some social gatherings, and have club teams taking part in various team competitions.

Meeting Times
   Wednesday : 1000 to 1400
   Saturday : 1000 to 1400
   Sunday : 1000 to 1400

Note
   Please see Invoc's website for events calendar and exact times.
Cost
   Senior £13.00 or £23.00 (British)

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Inverness : Inverness Petanque Club, Queens Park Petanque Piste Click for contact details
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Boules are available.

New members are very welcome.

Meeting Times
   Wednesday : 1900 to 2100
   Sunday : 1400 to 1700

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   New piste at Queens Park off Bught Drive.
Cost
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Inverness : Old Folks Bowling, Cameron Youth Centre Click for contact details
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Indoor bowling for seniors.

Meeting Times
   Monday : 1330 to 1600
   Tuesday : 1330 to 1600

Cost
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Inverness : Raigmore Bowling, Raigmore Community Centre Click for contact details
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Raigmore Bowlers

Meeting Times
   Wednesday : 1400 to 1500

Cost
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Inverness : Senior Bowls, The Spectrum Centre Click for contact details
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Senior bowling club.

Meeting Times
   Tuesday : 1400 to 1600

Cost
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Inverness : Walking Football, Hilton Community Centre Click for contact details
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Walking Football is an everything you love about football, the only difference is that it is a foul to run!

If you think your footballing days are over then think again! Walking football is designed to give you the chance to play the game you love but reduce the chances of injury. It's an adapted format of the beautiful game aimed at providing light physical activity, providing a great way to keep fit, learn skills, have fun and socialise all at the same time!

So, if you used to play football but now find the pace a bit too much or if you’ve never had the chance to be involved before, walking football is the perfect introduction to playing football for you.

Meeting Times
   Thursday : 1300 to 1425

Note
   If you're over 55 and would like to take part pop along and join in or contact the Community Department for further information.
Cost
   £3.00 per session

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Inverness : Westhill Indoor Bowling Club, Cradlehall Primary School Click for contact details
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Some sets of bowls available for use.

Tea and biscuits provided.

All welcome

Meeting Times
   Tuesday : 1930 to 2130
   Thursday : 1930 to 2130

Note
   September to March Only
Cost
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Inverness : Women's Cycle Workshop, Velocity Cafe Click for contact details
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This bike maintenance workshop is FREE to all women.

We'll have female mechanics running the sessions and you can come and work on your

own bike, share what you know, learn from other women.

Meeting Times
   Wednesday : 1800 to 2000 Monthly

Note
   First Wednesday of the month
Cost
   Free (to women)

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Kirkhill : Kirkhill Indoor Bowling Club, Community Centre Click for contact details
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(36 of 45)
Open to anyone of any age but mostly comprises seniors

Meeting Times
   Monday : 1900 to 2130

Note
   From October to March
Cost
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Kirkhill : Kirkhill Senior Citizens Indoor Bowling Club, Community Centre Click for contact details
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Open to anyone over 55

Meeting Times
   Wednesday : 1400 to 1600

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   From October to March
Cost
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Muir of Ord : Muir of Ord Bowling Club, Muir of Ord Bowling Club Click for contact details
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he club has been in existence since 1959 and has more than 40 members.

Meet twice each week weather permitting – at the Bowling Green behind Tarradale Terrace, near the Pavilion.

The club is always looking for new members and visitors are welcome to use the facilities.

Visitors are welcome to join us on these Club Nights.

Membership enquiries to the Secretary on the night.

Meeting Times
   Wednesday : 1900 to 2100
   Saturday : 1900 to 2100

Note
   Summer months only
Cost
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Nairn : Nairn Bowling Club, Albert Street Click for contact details
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The aim of the Club is to provide bowling facilities for the residents of Nairn and the surrounding area.

We warmly welcome visitors to the Club and encourage residents and tourists alike to take advantage of the green and bowling facilities.

The Club is open for "spoons" on a Monday, Wednesday and Saturday at 2pm and on Friday evening at 7pm. Visitors are welcome to participate.

You are very welcome to come and enjoy a game of bowls at the Club or even just to come along and sit and watch. Bowls, jacks, mats, etc are available in the clubhouse.

Meeting Times

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   The green is open from early April until the end of September.
Cost
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Nairn : Nairn Sailing Club, Nairn Sailing Club Click for contact details
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Nairn Sailing Club is a friendly and informal club based on the harbour front in Nairn. We have a popular cruiser section offering racing and social cruises throughout the year. We also have a thriving dinghy section.

Please take time to browse our website and contact us if you want any further information or would like to join.

We also have regular club nights each Friday during the season and hold regular social events at our clubhouse

Meeting Times
   Friday : 1900 to 2100

Note
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Cost
   Single Membership £65.00

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North Kessock : Kessock Afternoon Badminton Sessions, Village Hall Click for contact details
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KABS - Not a club but just a group of folk who are finding badminton fun again.

Not too serious and for all ages.

Racquets, cuppa, biscuits and chat provided.

Meeting Times
   Thursday : 1400 to 1600

Note
   We usually meet between September and April
Cost
   We just split the cost of the hall for the day. Usually £2 per person, but sometimes less

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North Kessock : North Kessock Bowling Club, Village Hall Click for contact details
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Indoor bowls.

Bowls available but bring smooth flat soled footwear.

Meeting Times
   Tuesday : 1930 to 2130
   Saturday : 1830 to 2030

Cost
   Not known

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North Kessock : North Kessock Outdoor Bowling Club, North Kessock Bowling Club Click for contact details
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A lawn bowls club which welcomes new players and visitors and is a member of the Scottish Bowling Association.

The club holds friendly interclub matches and also takes part in league matches across Scotland.

Meeting Times
   Tuesday : 1900 to 2100
   Friday : 1900 to 2100

Note
   Summer time only
Cost
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Strathpeffer : Strathpeffer Bowling Club, Strathpeffer Community Centre Click for contact details
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Indoor carpet bowls

Meeting Times
   Wednesday : 1900 to 2030

Note
   The Bowling Club meet at the Community Centre from October to April for indoor bowling and then move to an outside area in the village during the summer months.
Cost
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Strathpeffer : Strathpeffer Walking Group, Strathpeffer Community Centre Click for contact details
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Walks around the local area, lasting 1.5 to 2 hours. Some routes go further afield, in which case cars are shared for the group to get from the centre to the start of the walk and back again.

Please wear suitable footwear and waterproof clothing.

A great way to get out, keep fit and see some local scenery. A list of the walks planned for the month ahead is on the noticeboard at the Community Centre.

A medical form must be completed by all first time participants to make the group leader aware of any injuries or medical conditions.

Meeting Times
   Thursday : 0945 to 1230

Cost
   No booking or payment required.

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