Fairhaven Bowls Academy
Fairhaven Bowls Academy is a non-profit making organisation. Their primary purpose is to promote the sport of Crown Green Bowls in Lytham St. Annes.
Academy coaches are volunteers drawn from the local Crown Green Bowling Clubs. The Academy is managed by the LSA Bowls Development Partnership.
The Academy is affiliated to the North Lancashire and Fylde Crown Green Bowls Association and the Sport's governing body the British Crown Green Bowling Association. Volunteers deliver coaching sessions to anyone that wants to participate in an open training session that is aged 5 and over, no upper age limit.
The Academy is an inclusive coaching organisation, in that they use coach volunteers based upon their ability to coach regardless of any physical, mental, or behavioural disabilities. They encourage everyone to play bowls and look to develop the bowler to maximise their potential, seeking guidance on any physical or mental disabilities, only to ensure that individuals can participate in bowling safely.
The group meets at Fairhaven on Sundays 1pm until 3pm and Thursday 9:30am until 11:30am for those with learning disabilities.
Fairhaven Lawn Tennis Club
The lawn tennis club has been at Fairhaven since 1912, with five well maintained lawn tennis courts and two all-weather hard courts for use by members. The club is a friendly place to play, offering an active social calendar, catering to all levels of play whether you’re a complete beginner or seasonal pro. There are a variety of different membership types available including family and junior membership. Coaching is available for both juniors and adults in groups or individually. Play is all year round, using the hard courts in the winter. New members and visitors welcome, for more information click here
Ribble Cruising Club
Established in 1950, RCC has encouraged and facilitated sailing on the Ribble estuary (and further afield) for 70 years, primarily based at the club house on Lytham Green. The clubs second home is at Fairhaven Lake, where regular training and sailing sessions occur when tides are not suitable on the estuary.
Ribble Cruising Club – Sailing, cruising, racing & tuition in Lytham, Lancashire
Fylde SUP Group
Fylde SUP is a group for paddlers of all ages and abilities who paddle on the Fylde coast, looking to develop skills, taking part in social paddles and linking with trainers. The group alternate paddles between Fairhaven Lake and Fleetwood Marine Lake every Wednesday evening during the season. In association with Three Pier watersports, board hire is available during these sessions on a bookable basis.
More information can be found here
Fairhaven Lake Model Boat Club
Fairhaven Lake Model Boat Club are a group of likeminded enthusiastic individuals that build, sail, buy and sell all things related to model boats. Weather permitting, you will find members enjoying scale boat and sailing sessions at the Northern end of the lake next to the Spitfire from 18:00 until sunset generally on Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday evenings weather permitting, and have recently added a Wednesday afternoon form 14:00 onwards to the official days. The club have use of the newly re-furbished park building positioned next to the lake complete with high quality kitchen and other facilities. The building is used to hold our regular club meeting held the 2nd Wednesday of each month.
1st LSA Sea Scouts
The 1st Lytham St Annes Sea Scouts is a fully recognised Royal Navy Sea scouting group offering fun and adventure! The group spends their summer at Fairhaven, learning to kayak, row and sail. Open to everyone aged 10.5 to 14 years, warning you may get wet!
More information can be found here
Friends of Fairhaven
This group of volunteers aims to develop community use of Fairhaven Lake by promoting its historical heritage and ecological values. They want to improve access to all to the lake and encourage a wide participation in organising and developing its many features including events and activities for all parts of the community. Since 2016 they have played an active role in the planning of the project for the restoration of the lake and supported and organised numerous events and activities each year including the Big Picnic, theatre productions in the Boat House and heritage walks.
New members are welcome and can contact them by email: email@example.com