New outlook for Spalding social club
There’s a fresh outlook and a new chairman at a popular Spalding social club.
The Spalding Constitutional Club has recently undergone a make over and last month new chairman Sam Roberts was elected.
Sam, who is a member of the Wombles of Spalding Common, is hoping to encourage new members to join the well-known club.
He said: “It’s been a different twelve or so months and through lockdown the club was closed - it’s been open for around three or four months out of the past year due to lockdowns - so we really want to use our new committee to take the club further.
“It’s a very social club which anyone can join and we welcome everyone.
“We really want to broaden our membership.
“We have around 300 members now but we would love to double that.”
There’s plenty on offer for members at the Broad Street club, from snooker tables and televisions which show both Sky Sports and BT Sport, to a bowls rink with five lanes and meeting rooms for members to use.
Sam said: “We are in a great location right in the town centre so it’s very convenient and our beer garden is amazing.
“We can accommodate around 200 people outside and e plan to hold our outside band days in the summer too - we usually hold six of the live band days a year.
“As a Womble myself, the plan is to throw a Womble party in the future which should be great.
“If anyone is interested in finding out more about the club or joining, I’d ask them to come along and see us or to find us on Facebook.”
Membership is £30 (£15 for the 65 and overs) with half price student membership.
Joint membership can be offered to couples and families are welcome.
Find out more at Spalding Consti Club on Facebook.