Author Archives: Adam Clarke

Bar Staff Required

Bar Staff Required (Experience Preferred) to work a regular shift and provide cover for staff absence and holidays. As you will be serving alcohol a minimum age of 18 is necessary.

A typical shift will include:

  • Opening up of the Club.
  • Serving drinks and snacks to members of the Club and their guests.
  • Collecting and Washing Glasses.
  • Change Casks and Kegs as necessary in the cellar (training will be given).
  • Keeping the bar area clean and tidy.
  • Replace sold products at the end of the shift ready for the next shift.
  • Fill up and rotate confectionary, crisps etc.
  • Other small cleaning/tidying jobs as necessary.
  • Lock and secure the Club.

If you are interesting in applying, please email or write to the Secretary with a copy of your CV in the first instance. (email: The postal address is on the Contact page. 

Easter – Mini Beer Festival

The Club is holding a mini Beer Festival over the Easter weekend from Friday to Monday, the entire weekend we are open house, so everyone is welcome – you don’t have to be a member.

Come along, bring the family down and sample some of the regular and guest Beers and Lagers on offer in a relaxed family friendly environment.

We’d love to see you there.

Happy New Year

The officers, committee and bar staff would like to wish all our members and family’s a very happy new year for 2017 and thank everyone who have supported the club through out 2016 it’s very much appreciated.

Cask Marque – Certificate of Excellence 2017

For the second year running, the Club has been independently assessed and has been awarded the Cask Marque Certificate of Excellence.

Since 1997 Cask Marque has been ensuring that the cask ale you drink in pubs has been in perfect condition. Each year our 45 qualified assessors make over 20,000 visits to pubs in England, Scotland, Wales, Europe and even the U.S to check the temperature, appearance, aroma and taste of Britain’s favourite drink.

The Cask Marque scheme is operated by an independent body called Cask Marque Trust which is a limited company, limited by guarantee, and a non profit making organisation. The company is run by a management committee elected by its members. The members who pay a subscription include representatives from brewers, retailers, trade bodies and consumer groups.

Venues that join the scheme are visited unannounced by an independent assessor at least twice a year. In the first year they are visited twice in the first three months and in subsequent years they are visited once in the summer and once in the winter.

The assessor checks all cask ales on sale for – temperature, appearance, aroma and taste.

All the beers must reach the required standard for the venue to pass.

Find out more here:

Thanks once again to Dave Clarke for pursuing this accreditation of behalf of the Club.


Free Wi-Fi for Members

Free Wireless Internet (Wi-Fi) is available for members, a registration form must be completed. The form is available behind the bar, or by downloading here.

Wi-Fi is chargeable on a daily basis for non-members, please ask at the bar for more details. Only one device can be connected.