From multi-gym, sauna and sports hall to conference facilities and learning rooms, spòrsnis has been designed to have something for everyone. Many of the areas mentioned here are flexible in their use and the building can accommodate a range of users and activities.
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.
All young clubs as normal Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday. No gymnastics on Thursday, finished until February.
Santa came to see us on Friday and Saturday. He accidently broke something on his visit but thanks to the efforts of Murdo ( Bubble) and Simon this morning, all is well again. He will have to be more careful next year with his entrance. ... See MoreSee Less
during the holidays we shall only be shut on the 25th and the 2nd. Remember to keep healthy ... See MoreSee Less
Bike launch over, photos to follow. The important point is our companion bike is available here six days a week. Inside or outside as you wish. It is free to hire, we will of course accept any donations but it is not necessary. We will be fully acknowledging those who have made this happen. Just a little mention here to the 'Urras' and MacRitchie Highland Distribution. Good to see the Gazette coverage. ... See MoreSee Less
well done to everyone involved in the concert last night.
Last kids club this year 10.00am. Bike launch 12.00pm
youth club 7.30pm ... See MoreSee Less
parent and toddler at 10.30, no football after school as hall is prepared for the concert tonight, 7.30 come and join us.
kids club tomorrow at 10.00, games and presents
12.00 pm showing off our new companion bike, all welcome ... See MoreSee Less
Tomorrow morning a special treat for toddlers / parents at 10.30, bikes etc, bouncy castles, presents and guest arriving on large trike from the North Pole ... See MoreSee Less
Hooray, the new bike is now on our hall, thanks to the efficiency of MacRitchie Highland Distribution, great servants to the community. Angus 'bubble' with the last lap from the Netherlands, and a good sprint finish it was too.
Not so nice outside but the staff have completed many indoor circuits, it corners well. All welcome for the 'official' launch this Saturday 12.00pm, sorry no food or drink. ... See MoreSee Less
Gymnastics today at 3.30. Last one until February.
The stage will be going up tonight for tomorrow's concert. ... See MoreSee Less
The 'old' footballers ( although some toddlers not yet 40 also join us) still playing competitively every Wednesday.
Regularly 8,9 or 10 of us. Youngster Martin with the winning goal tonight. 8pm every Wednesday. ... See MoreSee Less
Our new companion bike should be arriving tomorrow.
On Saturday at 12.00pm we hope to have a mini launch. All welcome to come and view especially if you have an interest in using it. Remember it is for all ages. We can supply a 'driver'. ... See MoreSee Less
Roller Disco, we intend to repeat this event. We hope some of our younger users ( but not necessarily) may get new 'skates' as a present. We are thinking of buying some and hiring them out but better to have your own. ... See MoreSee Less
We are glad to hear Jonathan is back home recuperating after his operation. He will be back here soon. Meanwhile you may see a new face at reception. We welcome Martin Adil-Smith who will be with us for a few hours every week. ... See MoreSee Less
Athletics 5.45 today, Football and Badminton tomorrow. Gymnastics on Thursday.
Friday morning, bikes and trikes with presents and VIP visit
Friday evening , TD concert. Please note all attending, stay in the hall. Upstairs out of bounds, we don't wish to distract the artistes.
Saturday morning , last kids club of the year, more presents. ... See MoreSee Less
stop buying presents and have some family fun. Bowling spaces available before 7.00pm ... See MoreSee Less
Sorry the hall is a bit cold. We don't normally have heating on in the hall because active players do not need it. The heating is on now, hopefully warmed up a wee bit for Rock Solid, youth club 7.30-9.00pm tonight.
It will be better tomorrow for the kids club. ... See MoreSee Less
We have a copier/ fax/ scanner/ printer
Canon laser MF5770 we no longer use.
If anyone would like this we will accept a small donation. Is it in working order, not sure. ... See MoreSee Less
Bikes and trikes at 10.30. If the hall is a bit cool, the Softplay room is warm.
Football at 3.30
Saturday kids club and youth club as normal
Fios will be delivered to the West Side and town this morning. ... See MoreSee Less
Sporsnis is open from 12.00. No gymnastics, on again next week ... See MoreSee Less
Sporsnis will be closed until 12.00 and then the position will be reviewed. ... See MoreSee Less
Young Andrew Macaskill won the fun run last Saturday. His trophy was taken to town today. If he has not received it soon please tell us. We are unsure of his school. Well done Andrew , keep running. ... See MoreSee Less
Jonathan will be off for a few weeks. We wish him all the best in his forthcoming heart operation. He hopes to be back soon but he will be spending some time recovering. ... See MoreSee Less
Well done Katie Vaan, 3rd in the 10k, a valued member of Sporsnis, whom we neglected to mention earlier.
Top three females in the 10k , all resident in Ness, almost certainly a first. ... See MoreSee Less
We posted some results earlier. These are not official, they will come later with times. All taking part deserve credit, it is a lot easier to stay at home sitting on the couch. Maybe we can fill in more of the prize winners, especially younger ones.
10K 1st Murdo A Mackenzie ( Tolsta)
2nd Kyle Munro - Stornoway
5K 2nd Calum MacRitchie - Swainbost / Newmarket
3rd Lewis Macleod - Cross Skig rd
2nd Isla Budge
3rd Kaitlin Macdonald - Cross Skig
1st Orla Furey, 2nd Hannah Matheson, 3rd Ashley Macleod
1 st Andrew Macaskill, 2nd John MacRitchie, 3rd D Neally Jr. ... See MoreSee Less
Races over, great job done by the organisers.
Weather not too bad but the usual 50mph headwind going up Cross Skig rd. Seemed like a very good turn out. The organisers may want to post the official results so if it's ok we will just give some locals a mention.
10k 3rd Micheil, 5th Scott Macrury, 8th Gordon Buchanan
1st Alison Macleod ( Cross), 2nd Lorna Thomson
1st Iain Matheson
1st Rachel Murray ... 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