Tuesday, 10 January 2017

Stafford's Royal British Legion Club Needs You !





















Use it or lose it - Your Legion needs you!
Dwindling membership and patrons are seriously affecting the Royal British Legion Club in Stafford and has to improve or the club may have to close its doors
Situated on Eastgate Street between the Shrewsbury Arms and County Staffs Club, the Club first opened its doors back in 1943, over the years the club has under gone numerous changes , including the addition of a function room in the late 1980's and is available to hire for events and parties We wavier the cost or give discounts for charities and fundraisers.
The club is filled with memorabilia from days gone by and is home to a number of groups and associations the Royal Air Force Association meet monthly the Royal Artillery Association , Naval Association, Engineers Association and Stafford Camera Club as well as meetings held by the Philanthropic and Charitable fraternal order of the 'Buffs' - The Royal Antediluvian Order of Buffaloes . We also have pool, domino, darts and crib teams and would welcome more teams to use the club facilities.
Louise Lovatt the stewardess of the club said,
"Over the recent years we have seen a decline in membership for a number of reasons one being our ageing member's and decline of social clubs in general, look at the St Leonards Social Club (MRI club). The Club is a great place and we would like to encourage people to come and see us and try us out
Our town centre location makes us a great place for meeting up during the day for a coffee or for a night out, with social club prices too. We have some fantastic events on throughout the year for all ages, from the annual summer fair to gentleman's evenings and pamper days. We have live entertainment twice a month on a Saturday night which you also can have a quick game of bingo in the interval and a fun quiz.
Families are welcome at the club at all times Membership is open to everyone membership if you wish to join after giving us the once over is only £2.50 to become a club member and £17 to become a branch member. We ask all members new past and present to support the club, everyone is welcome to come and use the facilities we have available, and we would love to see some new members at the club. After being open for over 70 years it would be a sad day to close our doors for the last time however without new members we may not be able to carry on."
To contact Louise please call 01785 252703 between the pub opening hours
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