1986 The Working Mens Club

The Working Men's Club in Nettlebed    
was built in 1913.  There are 400      
members who as well as various groups  
use it   weekly.  The bar used to be   
in the kitchens until 6 years ago      
when it was moved.                     
There is a games room, bar, ballroom,  
small hall, kitchen  room, bar,        
ballroom, small hall kitchen , mens    
cloakroom and ladies cloakroom.The     
events which take place are discos,    
whist drives, darts, bingo, wedding    
receptions, meetings, and rummage      
sales. Also at Christmas Nettlebed     
School sings carols. The clubs which   
use it are Football club, Royal British
Legion, Royal Observer Club,Bowls Club,
Cricket Club and the Womens            
Institute.The Fleming family had it    
built for the village who pay them a   
nominal rent.                          

Map of the area

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