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To keep our members safe, we have some small but important requests for our members which will help us look after you and our team.

UPDATE: 22/09/2020

Customers in hospitality venues must wear face coverings upon entering the premises!! Except when seated at a table to eat or drink.
In licensed premises, food and drink must be ordered from, and served at a table.
To help make it easier to sign in on the NHS Test and Trace system we will be displaying a NHS Covid-19 QR Code to scan, you can download this from the App store or Google Play.
We do still register our members that do not have access to the app service with good old fashioned pen and paper!

Our safety measures across all areas, including (but not limited to):

• Parking only permitted for our members that are using the facilities.
• Hand wash/sanitizing stations provided at all entrances for members and work areas for staff, giving them everything they need to work safely, including training on social distancing and hand hygiene
• We have hand sanitizers throughout our premises so you can maintain your own personal hand hygiene to protect everyone.
• Gatherings BOTH indoors ans outdoors only permitted in a group of at most six people from any number of households.
• A one-way system clearly signposted for using the facilities, such as toilets.
• We have positioned tables to ensure safe spacing that will reflect PHE guidelines, and we are seating tables of up to six people maximum indoors at a safe 1m with risk mitigation where 2m is not viable.
• Certificate of AA Covid Confident Assessment Scheme
• Enhanced procedures and training for our staff regarding hygiene.
• Use of personal protective equipment (PPE) by staff, following PHE guidelines.
• Enhanced and regular cleaning regimes with suitable alcohol sanitizer.
• Adjustments to the layout, service and staff rotas to reduce the number of guests and staff in any area.
• A “No handshaking policy”
• Carrying out full risk assessment for the club, including deliveries to protect both our teams and suppliers.
Children are welcome throughout the premises, however whilst inside the club we request that children remain seated and do not run around. Guardians are responsible for supervising them at all times and should follow social distancing guidelines
A regular review of all of the above shall be Carried out by the committee and amended when necessary.
Thank you for your continued support and help in keeping us all safe in these uncertain times, we look forward to welcoming our members back.

if you have any queries please send an email to: info@pangbourneclub.co.uk

The safety and well-being of our members and staff is our priority and we will take all necessary precautions to ensure their continued welfare. As with many businesses, we are actively monitoring the situation with regards the outbreak of Covid-19.

Help prevent the spread 

We ask all our members to observe high standards of personal hygiene whilst visiting, there are simple things you can do to help prevent the spread of the virus, including:

  • Covering your mouth and nose with a tissue or your sleeve (not your hands) when you cough or sneeze
  • Putting used tissues in the bin immediately
  • Washing your hands with soap and hot water regularly, and using hand sanitizer gel
  • Trying to avoid close contact with people who are unwell
  • Avoiding touching your eyes, nose or mouth if your hands are not clean.

PWMC comprises a cross section of the whole of the community within the village and the surrounding area. It houses many activities and sub-clubs: snooker, crib, bingo and quiz nights and a fluctuating debating society that meets most weekday lunchtimes at the bar. Saturday tends to be sports orientated, with a large screen television and most sporting channels available.

Contact Us

Tel: Club: 0118 984 2426; Office: 0118 984 2885
Email: info@pangbourneclub.co.uk
5 minutes walk from Pangbourne railway station. Map here:

About Us

Opening Hours

Monday to Sunday 12.00 pm – 21.30 pm

Bank holidays and over the festive period may vary.

Please see events page for any updates.

How to join:

New member applications are very welcome.

Drop into the club and pick up a membership application form or call the club secretary, Monday to Friday mornings only on 0118 984 2885 or download a form in Word or PDF format using the links below.
Applications have to be proposed an existing member, the secretary can advise on this.

The annual membership fee is £20.00, plus there is an initial application fee of £5.00.
Membership runs from February 1st to January 31st.

Affiliation:

PWMC is affiliated to the politically neutral Club and Institute Union (CIU):

Objectives:

PWMC is run as a non-profit making organisation by its members through an elected committee, which provides a social facility for residents of Pangbourne, the surrounding area and for people working in the village.

Despite its name, which has its origins in the 19th century, PWMC welcomes ladies and non-working people as members who are then fully entitled to avail themselves of all the facilities on offer.

Activities:

PWMC comprises a cross section of the whole of the community within the village and the surrounding area. It houses many activities and sub-clubs: darts, snooker, crib, ballroom and line dancing, bingo and quiz nights and a fluctuating debating society that meets most weekday lunchtimes at the bar. Saturday tends to be sports orientated, with a large screen television and most sporting channels available.

Committee:

The PWMC committee for 2017/ 2018 is comprised of the following club members:

Chairman:                  David Jones
Vice Chairman:      John Littleford

Committee Members:

Sandra White

Christine Jones

Dian Williams

Mike Broun

Tony Williams

Justine Evans

Toni Adams

Tim Sheldon

Paul Nolan

Contact Us

Tel: Club: 0118 984 2426; Office: 0118 984 2885
Email: info@pangbourneclub.co.uk
5 minutes walk from Pangbourne railway station. Map here: