We're keeping the tradition of the Working Mens Club alive with every pint we pour. Established as a club on March 2nd 1914 we are still thriving after nearly 102 years!! It is believed that the club building was initially built by Blackburn Mayor and Snig Brook Brewery owner James Cunningham in approx 1838. Cunningham, a former butler, died in Lytham in 1876 aged 80, without him we wouldn't be where we are today.
Being a member of our club allows you full access to the clubs facilities and the option to try out for our snooker and darts teams.
For new members the first year costs £20.
For all continuing members a charge of £13 is currently in place.
We Welcome anyone to come and visit us for our Saturday night concert nights, during the week for a game of snooker* or to watch one of our two big screens with all live Sky Sports and BT Sports football matches.
*Non members must be playing against a member