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Season is 2018-2019.
Season started Saturday 4th August 2018

Cost per week per person = £2.50 (1 Entry per person only, minimum age 18)

Weekly Jackpot £100, Player of the Month £80/£100

Entry Forms in holder next to the door in Vic Reed Bar. Completed Coupons to be handed into Peter Maclean/Dave Maththews or over the Bar.

Player of the Season £1000, Second £500, Third £250


Full rules and information to be displayed on Goals Goals Galore Notice Board opposite Bar in Vic Reed Bar.

Payments cannot be guaranteed as subject to amount of participating players.

The Goalden Gate SuperDraw which is a weekly draw that helps to raise funds for charities, sports clubs and associations, and has a weekly jackpot of £1,000 together with other weekly prizes including £150, £100, £75, 2 x £50, 4 x £25, 20 x £10 x and 30 x £5. To see the full details and how to join, click on the £10 below:-

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Tilehurst Remembrance Sunday 11th November 2018

The Tilehurst War Memorial

Its the time of the year when we wear a Red Poppy in memory of those who sacrificed their lives for us during the first world war.

At 11 am on 11th November 1918 the guns of the Western Front fell silent after more than four years continuous warfare. Remembrance Day is on 11th November. It is a special day set aside to remember all those men and women who were killed during the two World Wars and other conflicts. At one time the day was known as Armistice Day and was renamed Remembrance Day after the Second World War. Remembrance Sunday is held on the second Sunday in November, which is usually the Sunday nearest to 11 November. Special services are held at war memorials and Churches all over Britain.

Its the time of the year when we wear a Red Poppy in memory of those who sacrificed their lives for us during the first world war.

The poppy of wartime remembrance is Papaver rhoeas, the red-flowered corn poppy. This poppy is a common weed in Europe and is found in many locations, including Flanders, which is the setting of the famous poem "In Flanders Fields" by the Canadian surgeon and soldier John McCrae. In Canada, the United Kingdom, the United States[7], Australia, South Africa and New Zealand, artificial poppies (plastic in Canada, paper in the UK, Australia, South Africa, Malta and New Zealand) are worn to commemorate those who died in war. This form of commemoration is associated with Remembrance Day, which falls on November 11. In Canada, Australia and the UK, poppies are often worn from the beginning of November through to the 11th, or Remembrance Sunday if that falls on a later date. In New Zealand and Australia, soldiers are also commemorated on ANZAC day (April 25),[8] although the poppy is still commonly worn around Remembrance Day. Wearing of poppies has been a custom since 1924 in the United States. Miss Moina Michael of Georgia is credited as the founder of the Memorial Poppy in the United States.

Saturday 17th November Mythicals 2018

Click on the Mythicals Image above to view their website

Mythical Men are a 5 piece Rock & Pop Covers band consisting of Kate White (Lead Vocals/guitar) Ric Bardsley (Lead Guitar), Kayimdin Khan (Bass Guitar), Rob Utley (Drums & percussion) & on keyboards, Gil - Ex-Floydian Doors. Every MYTHICALS performance is geared towards getting a big old house party going. With influences sucked up through four decades of rip roaring classics from artists such as Adele, Alanis Morissette, Pink, Shania Twain, Natalie Imbruglia & Janis Joplin, & powered out with stylish musicianship. The MYTHICALS show is more an event than a local gig! Before Kate White recently joined us in our former life as Mythical Men, we headlined at The Purple Turtle for Oxjam Reading Takeover in October 2015 as well as performing at many other venues in the local area. A new video showing off Kate's abilities is under preparation but for now you can watch our headline live performance of Pink Floyd's 'Comfortably Numb'. Look us up on Facebook & come along to the next show! See y'all there! Widely experienced female fronted rock covers band - 5 piece with keyboards

Saturday 24th November 2018 - Hubba Bubba Funk/Disco/Party Band

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It's an UNBELIEVABUBBLE Party! If you love "popping" some shapes on the dance floor then you've surely come to the right place! Hubba Bubba Funk/Disco/Party Band has a range of musically FABULICIOUS flavours of classic floor fillers to keep your grooving' taste buds tingling. With the Hubba Bubba Band, we guarantee you a night of Bubblytastic partying, with a truly authentic sound (nothing artificial here !). Our line up of 6 talented musicians including 2 female singers, recreate a boogielicious blend of classic and contemporary classic dance tunes to ensure a packed dance floor all night long. Get your groovy boogie skates on for songs by artists such as Chic, Sister Sledge, Jamiroquai, Jessie J, Aretha Franklin, Average White Band, Gloria Gaynor amongst others. Bring your groovin' shoes.

Saturday 1st December 2018 - Lord John

Click on the above Lord John Band photo to view their Facebook Page

We cover hits by The Who, The Beatles, The Kinks, The Jam, plus some Northern Soul & many more MOD classics!We've played lots of gigs, had lots of repeat bookings, had some utterly fantastic feedback and have an enthusiastic and growing following!!!!!! We are an experienced band with a genuine sound and energy that will have you grooving the night away.

Sunday 2nd December 2018 - Peter Pan

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Sunday 23 December 2018

I am on my way

Christmas Eve Saturday 24th December 2018 Abbo's Disco

31 December 2018 - Uptown Traffic

Click on the above Uptown Traffic Band to view their Website Page

Uptown Traffic are a 7 piece 60's and 70's rock and soul band playing the best hits from that era - many that you may have forgotten about completely!..Comprising of a very strong rhythm section, a fantastic bass player and a superb drummer with a great and versatile guitarist using the very latest in guitar and synthesizer technology. Complimenting this power-house is a dedicated brass section with 2 Trumpets and Tenor Sax who never fail to kick off every evening with a swing! On the vocal front, our legendary main vocalist is joined by other singers within the band, who all perform great vocal harmonies. The whole show is an exciting trip down memory lane with great music to dance to!
Updated:- 12/11/2018

Private Functions

The Assembly Hall is available for hire for Parties, Christenings, and Weddings etc.

The Lounge Bar can be booked for Funeral receptions.

For further details please phone:- The Club Secretary on 0118-942-9606.

Quiz Night

Quiz Nights are held every other 2nd Friday evening. Entry is £1.0 per person. Winning team take all. A chance to win lots of money. Quiz Masters decision is Final. Basket Meals available. See Club Notice Boards for further details.

Family Night

Bring the kids, the grandchildren; they bring the whole family to a night of fun and entertainment. All you need to do is remember to purchase your tickets early as they sell out quick.

Senior Citizens Group

The Senior Citizen Group meets on a Tuesday and Thursday every week and enjoy a number of activities.

Note:- You need to be a paid up Member of the Branch and Club to go on a waiting list to join any of these groups.

Line Dancing

Come and dance the time away on the 3rd Friday of every month.


At the club we have; Crib, Pool, Snooker, Ladies and Men's Darts teams to name but a few.

If you are interested in joining any of the teams or would like further information, please contact us.


Come and join us, to dance or just enjoy the music and company from 7.30-10.30

Raffle and Bingo in the Break

Members: Free

Non Members: £3