Aberlady Bowling Club
Formed in 1888, the club's successes include the Scottish and British pairs titles as well as the Scottish triples. Players of all levels including beginners are made very welcome. Youngsters are also encouraged - there is a thriving youth section.
Badminton at Aberlady is a very social affair, there are no competitions or cups to be won, just a group of keen individuals of varying abilities who get together on a weekly basis for some fun and exercise. Oh, and occasionally a refreshment at the local hostelry. Whatever your ability you will be made very welcome.
Contact; Louise Searle ( 01875 870700 ).
Founded in 1860, Aberlady Curling Club used to play on a curling pond within Gosford Estate. Nowadays All matches are played at Murrayfield Ice Rink, in Edinburgh. New members always welcome.
Louise Searle: 01875 870700
Dale Callander: 0159
Aberlady Football Club
In the 1950/60s Aberlady had a very good football team, Aberlady Rovers. The village's connection with the sport is today being carried on by volunteers who run Aberlady Football Club which is for boys and girls, aged 5-11.
Every Saturday, Aberlady Playing Field, in School Road, 8.45am. every Saturday
For an update on the football team Click Here
Note: For golf clubs use the following links;
Local Golf Clubs
Other Golf Clubs
Parent & Toddler Group
Mum?, Dad?, Grandparent?, anyone - looking after a child? Then Aberlady Baby & Toddlers group is for you.
Leave boredom behind, make new friends, chat and share your experiences.
lots of equipment to suit children of various ages.
Wednesday mornings from 9:30 until 11:30, Kirk Stables, Aberlady.
Brownies & Guides
The Guides is for girls aged 10-14 years. Every Thursday, 7-8.45pm., in the Community Hall.
While the Brownies caters for older girls aged 7-10 years. Every Thursday 6.15-7.30pm, in Aberlady Kirk Stables.
For more details
Aberlady Guides caters for girls aged 10-14 years. Every Thursday 7.00-8.30pm, in Aberlady Community Hall.
For more details
Contact; Anne Tait, 07951 167440
September to April ( last Tuesday of every Month ) 7pm, in Kirk Stables. New members are always welcome
Contact; Disbanded, May 2019
This group meets in Waterston House, the Scottish Birdwatching Centre, at the western boundary of Aberlady, every Wednesday between 10am-12. It costs only £1, which includes tea and biscuits. Whatever your skill level come along and have some 'crafty' fun.
Contact; Anne Frost, Tel. 01875 870 405