New Quay is a small town, but there is plenty going on. Here are some links to find out what makes New Quay tick. Most events tend to be in the summer months when the population swells from little more than one thousand to many thousands with the influx of summer visitors. Find out about the Town Council, Sports, Clubs, associations and other organisations in the town.

New Quay Town Council

The Town Council has 10 Councillors elected every 4 years. A part time Clerk/Financial Officer is employed to handle all arrangements. Tel no: Clerk: 01545561017 Email:- See more..

Yacht Club
New Quay Yacht Club

We have a busy programme both on and off the water for the summer and beyond. We have a great club house in one of the best spots in New Quay Tel: 01545 560516 EmaIl: See more..

Camera Club
New Quay Camera Club

New Quay Camera Club is a friendly club that normally meets on the first and third Thursday of every month, at 7.30pm at the Memorial Hall, New Quay.
Tel 01545 560122 See more..

New Quay Community Rowing Club

Friendly amateur celtic longboat rowing club, come down & have a go :) New Quay pier tues & thurs at 6pm Tel: 01545 560910. See more..

Football Club
New Quay Football Club

The pich is accessed from behind the Memorial Hall or from the Doctor's car park. Tel: 01545 560 870. See more..

Memorial Hall

New Quay Memorial Hall

Recently refurbished and run as a chritable foundation, the hall offers numerous activities, and can be hired for events and private parties.
Click for more information.

Dogs on beaches
Dog / Beach Byelaws

Dogs are not allowed on The Harbour Beach between the piers from May 1st until September 30th. They are allowed all year on Dolau, Trathgwyn and Cei Bach Beaches

Bowls Club
New Quay Bowling Club

Never bowled before? We've all been there! Best time to start is at the beginning of the season. Enquiries: or message to join our contact list. See more..

Art Club
New Quay Art Club

New Quay Art Club meets at the Yacht Club every Tuesday from 1.00 to 3.30 except August. Come and meet a group of enthusiastic and creative people. - there are occasional speakers and trips.


Late 2011 a group of us that are not willing to sit and watch New Quay die got together and formed a working group to look at organizing events and attracting people to our town. See more..

Towyn Chapel
Churches and Chapels in New Quay

St Llwchaiarn's Church - Church of Wales, and 2 chapels of historical importance. Tabernacl was the seat of the 1904 Welsh Revival movement, and the minister at Towyn Chapel, Orchwy Bowen was probably the model for Dylan Thomas' Eli Jenkins' in 'Under Milk Wood'.

Public Transport.

New Quay is served by the T5 bus between Aberystwyth and Cardigan. Click here for the timetable..

West Wales Cottages / West Wales Caravans - Nant y Gido, New Quay SA45 9TR

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