A little about the Mountain Rangers Sports & Social Club
Established in 1982, the Mountain Rangers Sports & Social Club is situated at Rhosgadfan, a small mountainside village four miles
south-east of the Royal Town of Caernarfon, and almost 1000ft above sea level, overlooking the Menai Straits and the Isle of Anglesey.
Sports & Leisure Facilities
We offer members a range sport and leisure facilities.
The club is ran by a dedicated team of unpaid volunteers, led by
three officials, Chairman, Secretary and Treasurer who meet every month. For the day to day running of the club a full time steward is employed.
Our current membership stands at around 350, membership at present being reasonable at £
12 a year (£8 Senior Citizens).
The games room has a full size, recently completely re-furbished snooker table, two fu
ll size pool tables, on which our pool team play their home games, and two darts pitches.
At front of the clubhouse, overlooking Caernarfon, the Menai Straits and the Isle of Anglesey, is a full size football pitch which is used by Groeslon Football Club for their home fixtures in the Babcock Sunday League Premier Division.
On the Inside
The club boasts an eighty seat functions lounge which is available for private functions, and is used by several local organisations for their monthly meetings, fundraising events, concerts, buffets etc. and every Saturday night we have live, top class cabaret acts with free entry to club members. An up to date calender of cabaret acts can be found on the entertainment page of the website.
Club members enjoy the benefit of a MINIBUS SERVICE, unique in this area, from their doorstep to the club and back home again every Saturday night.
The cost of the minibus service is a very reasonable £2
Mountain Rangers Sports & Social Club has been home to the Ann T Cancer Fund, a fund set up in 2003 by the club steward after his wife Ann, who was activly involved in the running of the club, was diagnosed with throat cancer and had to undergo an intensive course of cemotherapy and radiotherapy, and in 2004 doctors had to perform surgery to insert a tracheotomy surgical incision at the Glan Clwyd Hospital at Bodelwyddan. The fund has so far raised over £59,000 for the North Wales Cancer Treatment Centre at Bodelwyddan, £3,200 for Ward 4, ENT Ward at Glan Clwyd, £2,000 for the Llys Meddyg Doctors Surgery, Penygroes and £1,000 for the Penygroes District Nurses.