Based in Ness, in the Isle of Lewis, Spòrsnis features a large multi-purpose hall, fitness suite and sauna, soft-play area and community learning and resource areas. It also boasts the only 10-pin bowling alley in the Western Isles.
The facility currently operates 6 days a week from 9.00am to 10.00pm.
We have been following the Island Games closely.
Well done to all medal winners but we should make special mention of swimmer Cara Hanlon who does much of her training in the 'small' pool next door under the expert eye of D R Morrison. Congratulations to him also. ... See MoreSee Less
Tam from Sy, aka Zlatan Ibrahimovich, bowling party to celebrate his 11th birthday, congratulations ... See MoreSee Less
Re. Last post, and mornings as this childminder is looking for an easier option. ... See MoreSee Less
Raining again, hopefully clear up later but bouncy castle is available most afternoons in the hall for a substitute play park.
£3 includes soft play. ... See MoreSee Less
schools out for summer ( A. Cooper )
youth groups bowling, Back Rainbows and Shawbost youth fellowship. New climbing wall thanks to Callum C. Church of Scotland, holiday club next week then our summer activities club.
Last day of secondary school and almost certainly last day ever teaching for their PE teacher.
School photograph display upstairs here for the summer, come and laugh at your old class picture. Sun is out- gala day tomorrow
looking good. ... See MoreSee Less
Primary football is on tomorrow at 3.30pm
Cycling last night, great to see 3 fully kitted out youngsters playing on mini pitch in front garden? Two Barcelona and one Man Utd, changed days. ... See MoreSee Less
Football training- Tuesdays and Thursdays 10-12am from tues 7th July with Colin, Micheil and Jambo. All ages as they will be split into older and younger groups, for boys and girls. £3 and £5 for two daily. ... See MoreSee Less
Summer activities programme for youngsters available now.
Starting mon 6th July 10-12pm Monday, Wednesday and Friday for four weeks. Archery first on the 6th.
With the facilities available we can split into older and younger groups.
Rock climbing is one of our new activities, the wall will be completed very soon. ... See MoreSee Less
Table tennis - Mondays at 7.00pm. Talented teenager looking for a challenge. Other lesser players also available for a fun game. ... See MoreSee Less
Also best of luck to those competing in the cycle / run challenge in Harris today.
Chris Barrowman, Kevin Macrae and 'Blackie' Thomson. Chris running 11 mile cross country, other two cycling the 33 mile from Creed Park. Apologies if others. ... See MoreSee Less
Be a few missing this morning as two football teams, P 3-5, P 6-7, play in town. Good luck to them.
Two Sunday schools from Kinloch visiting later, weather looking, not too bad. ... See MoreSee Less
The secondary pupils made good use of the donated bikes today during the 'tour de machair' today including a pit ( picnic) stop at the play park. Thanks to the tour guide Anesti.
These bikes and helmets are available to hire. The guide will cost a little extra. ... See MoreSee Less
There will be after school football next Friday.
Tomorrow morning will be the last Saturday kids club until August- we will try to make it exciting, bouncy castles involved. ... See MoreSee Less
We are trying to encourage young footballers here. After school tomorrow 3.30 - 4.30 P1234.
Might be last of this term, to be confirmed tomorrow, but football coaching will continue through the holidays, times to be posted soon. ... See MoreSee Less
A word for the Ness u-16 team tonight. They lost 2-1 but played almost the whole game with 9 players. Great defensive display and excellent goal from Sean. I witnessed many like that from his father.
( Still it is a bit sad, there are not enough interested in playing) ... See MoreSee Less
We managed to clear the hall in time for primary football tonight. Thanks to parent Norman Macleod for helping along with coach Colin and the boys. The drapes are back in the box until the next concert. ... See MoreSee Less
Big day today in the hall.
Lionel school prize giving- the last to include a secondary category.
P 7, S1, S2, off to the Nicolson in August.
Afterwards, tea and cakes for 'old' secondary teachers in the home economics room where there is pictorial exhibition. ... See MoreSee Less
Innes from Laxdale school is celebrating his 9th birthday with family and friends this evening. I think the younger ones are having as much fun on the scooters in the hall as they are bowling. ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you to all those who attended the dance performance tonight, particularly to the four local mums with their children. Thirty was a reasonable attendance on a 'summer' evening.
Perhaps not for everyone's taste but certainly different and thought provoking. ... See MoreSee Less
Dance group tonight - first half 35 mins, 10 min interval and second half 20 mins. Half time refreshments available. ... See MoreSee Less
The pupils had a great time in their dance workshop this afternoon.
Come along at 7.30 tonight to see more from the talented four artistes. ... See MoreSee Less
Fios is a fortnightly local newspaper published by Spòrsnis Ltd. Aiming to cover topics of interest to the community all articles are researched, written and produced entirely within the Galson Estate on the Isle of Lewis.
Please feel free to get in touch with us by using the following details below:
Phone: 01851 810039
Address: Spòrsnis, Lionel, HS2 0XB