Downderry and Seaton Village Hall

Downderry and Seaton Working Men's Club

The "club " formed in the 1890s as a temperance alternative for the working men of the village has evolved into a membership club for all adults ( over 14 years ) irrespective of gender, religion or any other of the divisive classes that abound. A few activities are members only but much of the time the Clubroom is the Village HALL with meetings,charity meals, table top sales, celebration parties, whist drives, the panto, evening classes etc.

Membership is £6.00 a year, due in January

 

For members there are special groups for badminton , snooker, billiards, short mat bowles, craft cafes, art classes and drama. The Hall arranges weekly Bingo, and annual spring and summer produce shows. It also organises the annual Carnival week and a 10 day Art & Craft exhibition and sale in July.