Conservative Club



Most Recent First

Dates for Diary

August 24, 2019

Band – Nightshift

Dates for Diary

July 20, 2019

Race day at Newbury Races

Dates for Diary

May 25, 2019

Whitsun – Band – Jukebox 3

Dates for Diary

April 20, 2019

Easter Sat – Running Wilde

Saturday Entertainment

February 23, 2019

Band – MI3

Food Night

February 21, 2019

MEXICAN NIGHT – £8.50 per person – Booking Advised

Saturday Entertainment

February 16, 2019

Singer – Kev Jackson

Food Night

February 14, 2019

VALENTINE MENU – Two Courses £11 – Three Courses £13 – £5 Deposit

Saturday Entertainment

February 9, 2019

Soul Duo


1912 - 2000

Christchurch Conservative Club was formed on Monday 13th May 1881 in a barn at the back of ‘The Wagon and Horses’- a pub opposite were we are now. There are no records between the opening and 1912.

Two facts are known; we were originally called ‘The Christchurch Working Men’s Conservative Club’ and we joined the A.C.C. in 1897.

This is a rough record of some aspects of Committee meetings for the period from 1912 It excludes 1926 – 1938 records of which cannot be found.

Prior to this The Club consisted of the main building. Half the ground floor was a lounge. The other half was split into card room and reading room. Plus the extension as far as the clock which was flat roof. This was originally stables for Police Horses as The building was originally The Police Station. This was the billiard room.

May 13th 1912. Reference is made to The New Club premises. This was the edition of an extension as far as the curtains we have drawn when we have bands. It was a Tin building and was open to the apex of the roof. It remained until 1993 when finally the present permanent brick building was constructed. Money obtained for all this work was through the issue of a loan stock from members.

Further reference is made to The New Steward.

The Chairman and Secretary were instructed to deal with Stewards agreement and with his grievances. Steward was also instructed not to serve members who were in arrears with subs. after their names had been posted on the notice board.

Renewals for 2019 are now overdue. – £5 Late fee Applies

The Kitchen will be CLOSED after Lunch Service on Wednesday 27th Feb until Lunch Service on Friday 15th March

Kitchen Opening Times

Sunday         – 12pm to 2pm

Monday       – 12pm to 2pm

Tuesday       – 6pm to 8pm

Wednesday – 12pm to 2pm

Thursday     – 12pm to 2pm – 6pm to 9pm

Friday           – 12pm to 2pm – 6pm to 9pm

Saturday      – 12pm to 3pm  – 6pm to 9pm




Paul Nolan


Paul Twissell


Lyndon Brown

Sports & Social

Albert Neesham


Ray Goodman

Vice President

Keith Seddon


Caroline Scotman

Peter Snow

Phillip Tyrell

Club Steward