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Future Events for 2018

To see some of the great nights and events we have staged at the Club go to our Gallery page








Monday Night is Bingo Night
all for good causes

Monday 26th February in aid of Prees Guides

Monday 5th March in aid of Prees Cricket Section

Monday 12th March in aid of the Community Bus

Monday 19th March in aid of the Darts Section

Monday 26th March in aid of the Bradbury Centre

Eyes down 7.30 pm

Friday April 23rd

An Exhibition Darts Evening with the fabulous
Stephen "The Bullet" Bunting

STEPHEN  now plays on the Professional Darts
Corporation ( PDC) circuit.

Known as "the Bullet",  Stephen was a two-time World Masters winner before claiming victory in the 2014 Lakeside Championship. Stephen made an immediate impact on the PDC circuit with victory in his opening PDC ProTour event at a UK Open Qualifier.
Also a semi-finalist in the UK Open and World Grand Prix, Stephen won his second PDC ranking title at a Players Championship in Barnsley in 2016.

Stephen has played in 5 major BDO major finals winning 4 and runner up in 1.

Doors open 7 pm.  Tickets 10

Saturday May 12th

Karls Bavarian Brass
Oompah Band

We welcome the rerurn of Karl's Bavarian Brass, one of the most entertaining and exciting Bavarian oompah (umpah) bands, recreating the atmosphere of the Oktoberfest at it's best!
They are an enthusiastic four piece band that recreate the thigh-slapping magic and energy of the Hoffbrauhaus, encapsulated in a full audience participation, two and a half hour show!

Doors open 7pm for an 8 pm start.
Ticket prices 8

Friday October 19th

Sportsmans Dinner with the Liverpool Legend Bruce Grobbelaar and a great comedian.

The original eccentric genius between the sticks, Bruce Grobbelaar will be best remembered for the wobbly-legged penalty heroics which brought Liverpool the 1984 European Cup and inspired Jerzy Dudek to the same feat in Istanbul 21 years later.

Other than the European triumph in Rome, there is just the small matter of his other 626 run-outs for the Reds in a glittering 14-year career in which he established himself as one of the Reds' greatest ever custodians and also returned six First Division titles, three FA cups and three League cups.

The South African-born Zimbabwe international made his debut in August 1981 and it  was just shy of five years  before Grobbelaar missed his next match - a remarkable run of 310 consecutive games keeping goal for Liverpool.

Tickets 35 each Including a fantastic 3 course meal.

Doors open 7 pm for a 7.30 pm sit down


        For more information on any of the above events please call the club on 01948 841352 and speak to Gary or Jan