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Opening Hours: Monday to Friday 5.30pm to 11 pm Saturday 4pm to 11pm Sunday 4pm to 10.30pmFirst Tuesday of each month is the Resident's Association Meeting.Second Thursday of each month is Quiz Night - organised by the Resident's Association.Fourth Thursday of each month the Book Club meet at 7p.m..Fourth Thursday of each month is Countdown Night at 8p.m..
A Great Meeting PlaceLate in 2006, with the closing of the village Post Office, Alkborough Coronation Club became the only service outlet in the village. For over 70 years it has provided a service to many people in the village and the surrounding area. It is still for many families a central part of village life. For some, The Club means a place to relax after a hard day , a place to have a good chat, a discussion about politics, the weather, football or the latest gossip. A place to bring friends for a quiet drink. Others will remember children’s’ parties at Christmas and Halloween, the annual trip to the sea-side, the senior members Christmas tea with entertainment. For others, club games, darts and pool flyers, quizzes, BBQs and discos, will be remembered with affection.Details of how to Join and subs.etc..The Alkborough and Walcot Resident's Association hold some of their events there and it is hoped that this site will encourage people who have not been before to try it out and enjoy a range of top quality beer, Real Ale, lager and ciders along with a range of mixers and non-alcoholic drinks on offer at the club.So why should I join?It's a great place to relax with friends.You can take the whole family in.You can walk there and don't have to drive.As a member you have a say in how it is run.It needs your support. Alkborough Club Who's who? Chairman John Gaunt Vice Chairman Mal Chambers Committee Doris Johnson Steve Clay Ian Roden Paul Stannard Claire Smith
Secretary M. Wilson Treasurer S. Yates
A Bit of History - some milestonesPre 1937 - founder members met at Ted White’s cycle shop and forge (in the grounds of Mr Ablott’s home in Front Street)A large shed was rented for the sum of £1-8s-0d a month in the garden where Mr R Sutton now lives in Front Street.The beer was supplied on a sale or return basis by Sergeants Brewery (Brigg) who also supplied furniture.1st May 1938 - present building purchased off Mr F Trafford for £446-15s-3dOct 1938 -became member of the Clubs Institute and UnionFeb 1940 -electricity installed for £19-12s-6d1951 - women were allowed into the Club as guests of members but only at weekends1951 - ladies toilet built.1963 and 1975 alterations were carried out leaving the building more or less as it is today.1985 - women became full members which entitled them to stand for the committee1990s -new roof fitted, interior renovated and improved.2005 - new ladies toilet was built.2006 –became the home of Alkborough Post Office on a Monday afternoon.The building itself was built in 1773 and occupied by a Thomas England. It later was bought by the Constable family and became part of the Walcot estate. Later still it became the “Old Parsonage” although it was never actually owned by the Church.‘A warm welcome awaits, courtesy of Michelle and Trev, mine hosts at the Coronation Club.’The building itself was built in 1773 and occupied by a Thomas England. It later was bought by the Constable family and became part of the Walcot estate. Later still it became the “Old Parsonage” although it was never owned by the Church. Eventually it was bought by Mr Trafford who sold it to the Club in 1937.And Finally…………. Everybody is welcome· Alkborough residents· Surrounding area residents· Newcomers to the area· Visitors and day-trippers
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