The Cottingham Memorial Club

The Cottingham Memorial Club – Established 1920
The Cottingham Memorial Club is a Social Members Club situated in the centre of Cottingham, East Yorkshire. Cottingham is sometimes claimed to be England’s largest village. It is a thriving community of about 20,000 situated between Hull and Beverley. There are good local schools, a wide range of shops, good public transport links, 8 public houses, and golf, tennis, and bowling clubs in the locality. The Cottingham Memorial Club is now the only members social club in Cottingham. It was founded in 1920 as a facility for ex-servicemen after the end of the First World War. It moved to its current location, a Grade II listed building in 1950. The membership, which is open to both men and women, currently has around 850+ Members. Members domestic partners are currently entitled to admission at all times the Club is open. The Club is open all day seven days per week except Christmas Day.

The facilities of the Club include:-
a) A pleasant lounge bar area, with seating for about 100, in which to enjoy a drink or meal at lunchtimes and Thursday or Friday 11.30am to 7pm.


b) Five full size snooker tables, situated in three recently refurbished rooms, which allows social snooker for any member. We also have four thriving and successful snooker teams playing in the East Yorkshire & Malcolm Acaster (North Humberside) Monday Snooker Leagues. We regularly host Internal Competitions run for the Members.


c) A popular Golf section who play at several different courses throughout the spring and summer period.


d) A busy Social section that provides different activities for members throughout the year, including regular Quiz Nights, Monthly Artistes Nights, regular Diners Nights Eve(provided by our Caterer, Julie Davies). The annual turnover of the Club is approximately £250,000 per year. The Club employs a Full Time Steward and a number of part time bar staff. The club also employs a part time handyman and part time cleaners.