In May 1934 the Ministry of Health also sanctioned the spending of £597 for the building of the Bowls Pavilion.
The ever popular Colwyn Bowling Festival takes place every summer with the Eirias Park bowling greens at the centre of the competitions.
The George Davies Trophy has been competed for since 1931. Having had many local winners over the years. This year’s winner (2014), Kerry Morris, had travelled from Stoke-on-Trent to compete.
Among other competitions during the Festival are those for the Colwyn Rose Bowl, the Bill Hughes Trophy and the Alun Jones Memorial Trophy.
The location of the post for this QR Point near the bowling greens also provides an excellent vantage point for seeing the layout and facilities of Eirias Park.
The chidren’s play area now stands behind the boating lake. For earlier generations the play area with swings, a slide and a roundabout was on the ground between the footpath and the school fence.
This trail is part of the Age Friendly Communities Project which is part funded by the European Regional Development fund through the Ireland and Wales Interregional Programme 2007 – 2013.