Long Eaton Silver Prize Band Social Club

Our Function Room
Is Available on
Fridays evenings, Saturdays and Sundays


Ladies Christmas Pamper Night

Friday 14th November
7:30 p.m.

Advance Tickets £2
(£3 on the door)


Erewash Film Society

Monday 17th November
8:00 p.m.

Sunday 7th December
Noon to 6:00 p.m.

(club membership required)


Family Film Society

Sunday 23rd November
2:00 p.m.

(club membership required)


Jive Nights

Saturday 29th November
Monday 22nd December
7:30 p.m.


Gem Connection

Saturday 6th December
7:30 p.m.

Tickets £6


Carol Concert

Thursday 11th December
7:30 p.m.

Free Admission


Children's Christmas Parties

Sunday 14th December
1:00 p.m. (Sold Out)
&
4:00 p.m.

Tickets (£1 per child) for the 4:00 p.m. party are available from the bar


Return of the Shadtones

Friday 19th December
7:30 p.m.

Free Admission


Christmas Concert

Silver Prize Band

Saturday 20th December
7:30 p.m.

Free Admission


Kal's Kats

Jump Jive, Lindy, Strolling, R&R and
All Good Things Swing

Sunday 28th December
8:00 p.m.

Tickets £5
Available from the bar


New Year's Eve

James Dennis

from 8:00 p.m.

Free Admission
in the lounge

Entertainment

Saturday 22nd November
The Galahads


Saturday 6th December
Gem Connection

Tickets £6


Thursday 11th December
Carol Concert


Friday 19th December
Return of the Shadtones


Saturday 20th December
Christmas Concert
by the Silver Prize Band


New Year's Eve
James Dennis
(in the club's lounge)


Zumba Fitness

Tuesdays
6:45 p.m. to 7:45 p.m.


Function Room

Available for hire on
Monday evenings and
Monday to Thursday daytime

Available FREE to members
(£6 to join)
on Friday evenings, and on Saturday and Sunday afternoons and evenings.

To book the function room, please telephone our steward on
0115 9732796
or send us an email


Snooker

from 50p per half hour

Pool

20p per game

Children's Bingo

Children get a FREE ticket for each game of bingo on a Saturday or Sunday evening and if they win the line or house before an adult they may choose from a selection of small prizes.


Help for Heroes

The joint charity concert on 19th September 2014 by our Silver Prize Band and Melbourne Male Voice Choir raised £304.15 for Help for Heroes.

Sense (The National Deafblind and Rubella Association)

The joint charity concert on 10th May 2014 by our Silver Prize Band and Training Band raised £296.73 for Sense (The National Deafblind and Rubella Association).

Treetops

The joint charity concert on 13th December 2013 by our Silver Prize Band and Training Band raised £302.57 for Treetops.

Cancer Journey Support Group

The joint charity concert on 13th September 2013 by our Silver Prize Band and Training Band raised £393.00 for the Cancer Journey Support Group.

Long Eaton Sea Cadets

The joint charity concert on 15th December 2012 by our Silver Prize Band and Training Bands raised £335.97 for the Long Eaton Sea Cadets.

Help for Heroes

The joint charity concert on 23rd September 2012 by our Silver Prize Band and Training Bands raised £712.19 for Help for Heroes.

Help Amelia Rose Trust

The joint charity concert on 9th December 2011 by our Silver Prize Band and Training Bands raised £500.00 for the Help Amelia Rose Trust.

Thank you to all the members of the bands and to their supporters who attended these concerts and gave so generously.


Donations

The club gratefully acknowleges support received from the following organisations:

Gem Connection

Grand Central Chorus

The Rotary Club of Long Eaton

Long Eaton Silver Prize Band


Long Eaton Silver Prize Band

The club would like to thank the Silver Prize Band for paying for the club's new front doors and for recovering both snooker tables and the pool table.


Gem Connection and YesterYear

The club would like to thank Gem Connection, Diamond Cut and YesterYear for their concert, compered by Len Matthews in the club on Friday 24th February which raised £664, including a donation from the Grand Central Chorus, to support the club and the band, following the burglary of our premises last year.


Derwent Living

The club gratefully acknowleges grants from the
Derwent Living
Brighter Communities Fund

which paid for the pool table to be recovered, new cues and supported our 2011 Christmas festivities.


The Co-operative Group Community Fund

The club gratefully acknowleges a grant from the
Co-operative Group Community Fund
in support of the club's 80th birthday celebrations in 2009.

 

Only some Sunday evenings remain free for this year.
We are now taking bookings for next year.
every Thursday 8 p.m.
Saturday 29th November
Monday 22nd December
every Friday 1:30 p.m.
Sunday 23rd November
Monday 17th November
Sunday 7th December (Noone to 6 p.m.; two films)

The Long Eaton Silver Prize Band Social Club is a thriving club, with a large number of members of all age groups from Long Eaton and the surrounding area. If you are interested in joining, please drop into the club and speak to a committee member or a member of staff.

Club

Our activities include club bingo on Wednesday and Sunday evenings, raffles, key in the box, dominoes, darts, snooker and pool. Our function room is available free to members on during the day or on Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings.

The club also remains the home of the its founder, the Long Eaton Silver Prize Band, third section National Champions in 2006, and its thriving training band, to which all are welcome. The training band and beginner's group rehearse on Monday evenings: all are welcome and free loan of instruments and tuition are provided. For more details, please visit the band's website.

The club steward is Mrs. Gaynor Atkin.

Opening Hours:

Monday to Thursday:
7:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m.

Fridays & Saturdays:
10:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. &
7:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m.

Sundays:
11:45 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. &
7:00 p.m. - 10:30 p.m.

Finding Us:

Our full address is:

11 Salisbury Street,
Long Eaton,
Nottingham,
NG10 1BA.

Telephone 0115 9732796 (opening hours only)

A Street map of our location is available by clicking here (the arrow points to our club house). From there you can zoom in or out. The club is best approached from Tamworth Road (the B6540) and then turning down Salisbury Street at the traffic lights. The club has its own car park and two council run car parks are just 100 yards beyond the club.

A Brief History Of The Club

The club building was originally built in 1900 for the Long Eaton Institute Committee of the YMCA. Our band purchased the premises in 1928, and after converting the premises and building the games room extension, opened the club in 1929. The function room was added in 1982.

Today the club is run by a committee elected by its members, whilst retaining close links with our founders, the Long Eaton Silver Prize Band, all of whose members are also members of the club.