Local Organisations & Groups
Church of St Trillo
The Church of St Trillo is a Victorian Gothic-revival, Grade II listed church found in the centre of the village fronting the High Street opposite the Dudley Arms. The church is used by the local community for various church services and hosts a coffee morning every Saturday (except during the winter months), which is popular with visitors of the surrounding visitor accommodation found within Llandrillo and throughout the wider area.
Community Sports Field
The community sports field is found immediately to the north of the bowling green and former school.
The sports field is owned by Llandrillo Community Council and managed by Llandrillo Sports & Leisure Club.
The field is used during the summer months for up to 10/12 local children’s football teams, hosting matches weekly and over the weekend. In addition to being used for football matches, the field is also used for other sports such as rounders and badminton, for adult football matches during the summer, and for the annual Llandrillo Carnival which attracts over 300 visitors.
Llandrillo Bowls Club
Llandrillo bowling green is located at LL21 0SR at Y Wern adjacent to the village car park.
The club was formed in 1997 with the construction of the Bowling Green completed at the end of March 2021 and opened on Sunday 12th May 2002 by Mr. David Davies the son of a founder member Mr John Norman Davies. The first meeting of a group to discuss the possibility of building a bowling green took place in the Ganolfan during September 1986. It took a great deal of effort and dedication to finally complete the project.
We play grown green bowls between the months of April and September. The membership consists of players who wish to play competitive bowls or as a leisure / social member. We currently have two teams in the Oswestry and District Bowls League.
The cost of an annual club membership is £20 for being an Oswestry League player, £10 for a leisure / social member and free for anyone under 18 years of age.
We have all sizes of bowls for beginners to use and can offer basic training / tuition guidance to get you up and rolling with qualified coaching being DBS registered.
On Saturday 20th July 2002 to celebrate the 14 years it took to get the bowling green constructed and opened the club was honoured by a visit by HRH Prince of Wales. He participated in a couple of ends on the green before visiting other places in the village. Follow the link to see the video of the visit.
Contact Club Secretary David Robinson,