Royal British Legion Club

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About Us

Hungerford Royal British Legion Club

Hungerford Royal British Legion Club is situated in Church Way and has a current membership of approximately 500.

Clubhouse The Club has a member's bar, a function room with its own bar, and a room where snooker, pool, or darts can be played. The function room is also available for hire to members at a nominal fee.

Membership is £14.50 for Branch members and £5.00 for Women's Section members, these prices include Club membership. Guests are able to use the Club facilities, providing a Club member has signed them in.

To become a member of the Club, simply call into the club on the second Tuesday of any month during the year when the committee will be pleased to meet you and provide you with the appropriate application forms. Renewal of membership occurs in October, so it would be an excellent time to join our small and friendly club. The club bar

The club is open seven evenings a week as well as Sunday lunchtime. Bingo is held every Thursday evening, and a Quiz every Sunday night. The Women's Section meet on the first Tuesday of each month. Throughout the year there are a variety of social events including dances, a cheese and wine night, a dug-out supper, and our Drama

Group produce a show each year which is held around the Christmas period.

Bar prices are very competitive, and soft drinks, tea and coffee are available for those who do not wish to have alcoholic drinks. There is a large car park and facilities are provided for the disabled, including a wheelchair if required. We have an active Branch who organise the services of the British Legion. This includes the Benevolent Committee, which looks after the needs of ex-service personnel, and a fund raising committee which raises money for both the Benevolent Committee and the Poppy Appeal.

Become a member and enjoy some pleasant times with us at The Royal British Legion Club.

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