There is always a warm welcome at the Horbury Conservative Club!
The Club is located just off the High Street on Twitch Hill in the Centre of Horbury.
Relax in the well appointed and comfortable Lounge and Bar area, where we serve a good range of beers, lagers and wines to both members and guests.
The Club boasts two full size snooker tables for every member to use. The Club has teams playing in the local snooker leagues. Interest from potential new players is welcomed.
There is a lot going on in the Club from Prize Bingo through to the popular Sunday Night Quiz.
If you are interested in joining the Club, why not drop in as a guest and sample what we have to offer, you will be made most welcome and we can let you have information about becoming a member. If you want to make email contact, you can do so using the Contact link on the Main Menu. See also "Joining the Club" below.
First Saturday of each month - Ray Stroud's Quiz Night Spectacular
Have you considered joining our Club?
- Do you think you might like to join or are you undecided about joining? Then why not have a "taster" session? Just pop in as a guest, have a drink or two (coffee is also available) and see if you would like to be a member!
Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings are ideal for this, but you would be welcomed any evening. (see also "Opening Hours" via the menu above to Whats On - Every Week).
First Saturday of each month - Ray Stroud's Quiz Night Spectacular - Ray Stroud is a Famous Radio Presenter and you will no doubt remember him for his great shows on Radio Aire and Magic 828, Ridings FM:
Ray Stroud was born in County Durham in 1951. He joined Radio Aire in 1983, first presenting the Evening Show but moved on to the Lunchtime Show where he would be remembered for his legendary competitions, Where Are You Margaret? and What Have I Got In My Hand? He and Margaret also presented The Sunday Lunchtime Show. He moved to Mid-Mornings in 1989 where he remained until the station frequency split, then when Magic 828 launched in 1990 he presented the same show there. Ray later left to join to Stray FM."