Members can now pay for drinks using a contactless card reader system
There is a 24 hour presence at the Club including Full 24 Hour CCTV and Emergency Alarm cover linked to both the Police and Alarm System Company.
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CAR PARK BARRIER ACCESS
Please note that with effect from 1st April 2020 the car park entry barrier will not operate before 10.30am. This is a measure intended to improve car parking availability for members actually wishing to visit the club.
General Management Committee – 3rd March 2020
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING – 26th Feb 2020
LIFE VICE PRESIDENT
Martin Stroud has been elected as a Life Vice President for services to the Club, in particular for development of the snooker section, twice standing as the GMC Chairman, twice acting as Assistant Secretary for nine years in total and multiple contributions in other areas over 29 years of membership.
Martin thanked the Officers and Members of the General Management Committee (present and past). He thanked both Brian Green and John Wilson for their hard work over many years. He offered special praise to Wendy Armit for her support through out many years as both a friend and member of the Club. Martin reminded us of those few Club members and characters who are no longer with us, members who we very much miss. Members such as Don Blakey, Jimmy Sharpe, John Lawson, Bas Berry, James Gossip, Mike Siddle, Alan Sayburn, Dave Cross, Tony Hepworth, Brian Heaford and his own father Graham Stroud. He wished the Club every success in this our Centenary year.
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SNOOKER ROOM RENOVATIONS
The ground floor snooker rooms have now been renovated. This included floor resurface works, which required all tables to be dismantled. We redecorated the entire area and have created some better storage for two piece cue cases. All cues stored on site must be registered via the Club Steward/Bar Staff. Overall the project has progressed very well and the end result appear to be a very nice looking environment to play snooker.