Appearing recently in the Harrogate Advertiser, the article covers the progress made in restoring and reviving the club.
The Club has been in the spotlight recently, featuring in the April 2019 edition of the glossy Yorkshire Life magazine.
In which some of the more interesting members of the club history are mentioned, including Titus Salt breeding llamas.
The Club restoration is nearing completion for this stage, and is covered in this article here.
From humble beginnings in the old back room at Gascoigne’s Hotel, to our custom building now. Did you know you could originally join for two guineas?
We’re really proud of our association with Ont’ Sofa, and The Harrogate Advertiser has a great article showing some of the artists that have graced our boards, as it were.
We’ve completed our restoration of the upstairs lounge, from a neglected store-room to something that captures the original splendour of The Club. The Mayor and Mayoress visited.
Outright rock for the first time. Who knows what Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and JR Tolkien (also a visitor) would have made of it.
To quote the Harrogate Advertiser – “half of Britain’s generals were a member at one time” and we participate in the Heritage Open Days so you can see what they liked about The Club.
Evermore live music to be proud of – Scott Quinn performed on the same bill as Isaac Taylor (who’s played at the club a more than once) alongside Biz Denton.
Local acclaimed Historian and Club member Malcom Neesam wins an award for his valiant support of local charities, churches, and all his hard work raising funds and organising The Club restoration.