Grayshott Social Club, often referred to as ‘Grayshott’s best kept secret’, is nevertheless regularly enjoyed by over 500 members and their guests who fortunately discovered it tucked away in Hill Road just a short walk from the village centre. The club has grown over its 110 year history to form the social hub of the local community and provides superb facilities and entertainment.
Bar As you’d expect the club has a really great bar run by our popular steward Nick Butt offering a good range of drinks at extremely reasonable prices including local real ales, Guinness, five draft lagers, four draft ciders and a tasty wine list.
Entertainment There is a good sized function room with stage that hosts the many fabulous evenings of entertainment laid on with, for example, great artistes such as The Upbeat Beatles, Rollin’ Clones and Temperance 7 – see our events diary
Grayshott Folk Club hold occasional gigs at the club
Suzie Songtime every Wednesday morning
Pilates Monday 6pm to 7pm
Party Hire The club makes an excellent venue for holding birthday parties, anniversaries, etc with great facilities and low bar prices. Members can hire the club function room with PA and LED lighting for a party for just £10. If you would like to book your party please first check the dates available. Please email us or contact steward Nick Butt tel 01428 604041. Once your party date is ‘pencilled in’ please download our Hall Hire Application Form and return with the deposit to receive final confirmation. Then it’s Party on!
Games We are also fortunate to have 2 full size snooker tables 2 pool tables and several dart boards for our many league teams to use and members enjoy the recreational use of these facilities as well as the Monday night Quiz, Tuesday afternoon Scrabble Club and Thursday night Bingo.
TV Sport The club screens all major sporting events in high definition on its huge 10 foot widescreen & two flatscreens with a subscription to SKY & BT Sports offering all available premiership football games, 6 nations rugby, and world cup football and rugby with authentic match atmosphere - see our events diary for listings
Free Wi-Fi and internet We have a desktop PC available for members to use for free with internet access and free WI-FI access for laptops, tablets and smartphones
Outdoor Area with seating and heater for smokers and use during the summer months
Free Car Parking area at the front and back of the club and additional parking in Hill Road. We are just a short walk away from the free village car parks and on street parking.
Membership of the club is only £15 a year, Junior and Student membership just £5, so please drop in anytime to have a look around and ask the bar staff for, or download, our 2015 Membership Application Form
Membership Rewards cards are issued to all current members and offer a 5% points reward on drinks and snacks
Opening Times The club is open 11.00am to 11.30pm, seven days a week, and sometimes later at weekends and for special events.
Committee Chairman: Andy Smith, Vice Chairman: Karen McGowan, Committee Members: Anne Barford, Brian Flounders, Linda Hampshire, Tom Hampton, Claire Hitchcock, Barbara Royall, Sally Smith, Trustees: Penny Brooks, Michael Deighan, Brian Read
Established in 1905 we are a member of the Club & Institutes Union and a registered Friendly currently with 535 members – see our Members Code of Conduct
Contact Secretary & Treasurer: Peter Hatch or Steward: Nick Butt
Address Hill Road, Grayshott, GU26 6HL Map>
Tel No 01428 604041
Web Address http://www.grayshottclub.co.uk
Facebook Group http://www.facebook.com/groups/grayshottsocialclub/
Facebook Page http://www.facebook.com/grayshottclub/
JOE JAMMER was given his name by Jimmy Page when he started working for Led Zeppelin in 1969 on the USA tour promoting their first album; first as a drum roadie, then as Jimmy Pageâ€™s guitar tech.
So impressed was Zeppelin with Joeâ€™s musical abilities that they recommended to their manager Peter Grant that he manage young Joe, and Peter promptly invited him to move from Chicago to London, where he recorded his first solo album â€śBad Newsâ€ť, which was released on the infamous Regal Zonophone label in 1973.
Joe then assembled a stellar cast of musicians to record his second solo album at Olympic Studios, Barnes in 1974 which included Mitch Mitchell (drummer for the Jimi Hendrix Experience), John Gustafson (bass player for The Big Three, Roxy Music), Johnny Contardo (vocalist for Sha Na Na) and recorded a stunning ground-breaking rock album.
However, because of immigration snafus, Joeâ€™s contract eventually expired with him stuck in Chicago without the third album ever being recorded, and the second album never being released-until now! 40 years laterâ€¦Joe went on to find fame and fortune as a member of the Olympic Runners, thenNobodyâ€™s Business.
Joe is presently living and gigging all over South London, and has recently been awarded the title â€śMost Sampled Guitarist Everâ€ť.
Now you can sample him for free at Grayshott Social Club this Saturday
GSC Secretary uploaded the file: Grayshott Social Club Membership Application Form 2015 to Grayshott Social Club Thursday 4th December 2014 1:13 pm · View
Schools out for Summer !
Double points for members from July 18th
Worth 30p off a ÂŁ3 pint
Join up now and get your membership loyalty card
Only ÂŁ11 adults ÂŁ3 students for the remainder of 2014
Annual membership is ÂŁ15 adults ÂŁ5 students
DOUBLE POINTS for members during the world cup as long as England are in with a chance! worth 10% off drinks and snacks purchased at the bar – equivalent to 30p off a ÂŁ3 pint – for at least the next 12 days.
Come and watch it all on our giant screen.
First game is tonight at 9pm with the opening match Brazil v Croatia
World Cup party on Saturday starts at 5pm with a Brazilian BBQ leading up to England v Italy at 11pm – late bar to 1am
Cocktails @ The Club
Friday 6th June 2014 at 8:00 pm
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