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Penmaenmawr today is a village that is full to the brim with community spirit, Ranging from Voluntary run cafe's to development groups, all trying to improve our village life
Dwygyfylchi retains its ancient hamlet feel to it whilst offering wonderful views and and the community spirit is just as strong as yesteryears
Penmaenmawr and District U3A is part of a Nationwide U3A, The Group provides a wide range of activities for People 50+, Pen y Bryn Sea Angling Club and many more groups to join and be involved with, more details in the community section
Penmaenmawr and Dwygyfylchi is a ideal location for a holiday base, with beautiful views and plenty of near by activities and also not far from Snowdonia Mountain Range, Conwy, Llandudno, Bangor, Caernarfon and Anglesey.
Walks and Cycle routes are plentiful in Penmaenmawr and Dwygyfylchi, visit our Tourism page for detail
There are plenty of activities for locals and visitors to do from Sailing to Fishing to Golfing andplenty more, some contact details in the tourismsection.
We now are currently having a massive grant system working through the village, having spent millions of pounds on abodes and still spending millions on the Town Centre Buildings, Penmaenmawr still retains its Victorian Architecture.
Clubs & Groups
Penmaenmawr has since 1972 had an active Rotary club, linking us with neighbouring Llanfairfechan as it covers both communities; it meets weekly at the Spit Willow, Llanfairfechan on Thursday evenings.
Visitors are welcome, especially if you are a Rotarian touring our area.
Members are active in many areas of community life, and also via our projects in the wider world community, where there are over 1.2 million members giving service wherever there is a need.
If you or your group need assistance, either hands-on, or with funding issues, contact us to see if we can help; we'll try our best to do so!
We are NOT a secret society, but active members of our community, and invite other like-minded individuals to consider joining us. Use the "contact us" link on our website Rotary Club of Llanfairfechan and Penmaenmawr for more information, or ask any member.
We'll invite you along to a meeting or event and you can see for yourself what we do, and how we do it!
Some of the things we have done recently include our annual Schools Art Competition, presenting dictionaries to all year 6 pupils, helping with promenade days, carnivals, and other social events, running blood pressure check clinics, helping local groups and individuals in need, helping Santa tour our streets, collecting and shipping usable cycles, clothes and other useful goods to people in eastern Europe, kitting out a local under 11's soccer team, helping to raise funds for Rotary's PolioPlus programme, started in 1985 to eliminate poliomyelitis worldwide (and now almost done we're on the home straight!).
Fun events have been visits to local places of interest, wine tastings, visits to our local AmDram productions (and excellent too!).
Every year we host a team of young professionals from another part of the world, who have come here to see how their profession works in a different culture and we send them a team of our own in exchange.
Why do we do it? Because we gain fun and fellowship by working together! Any queries, please contact Rotary Club of Llanfairfechan and Penmaenmawr