Cotgrave Welfare Scheme Social Club
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About Us

Originally the club started life in the 1960s as a miners welfare, however, with the demise of the local pit, the club became involved with the local community as a whole and has since flourished to become a social club for all but with its history firmly entrenched in the mining industry. The club has a prestigious size boasting several large bars, garden, family and snooker rooms, entertainment suites with their own bars and one of the largest fully equipped stages in the East Midlands. The main hall is capable of seating several hundred people with a dedicated large bar, food bar and gallery. The various rooms and hall are available to hire for weddings, funerals, parties, plays, pantomimes, corporate functions and other productions needing facilities for large audiences and refreshments. The club has a cricket and football team with grounds enough to field two football matches. There are large changing rooms and pavilion facilities for home and visiting teams. The club hosted the Cotgrave Festival of Sports in 2012, and hosts the annual Cotgrave Festival. The club also plays host the Cotgrave Pocket Park and Ride Scheme, park your car for free and travel into Nottingham or West Bridgford by bus.

We have Live Entertainment, Bingo every Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Bingo on Wednesday Nights, we also host a Zumba Gold Class on Wednesday Morning, Ballroom Dancing on Tuesday Nights, and we are currently negotiating for tap dance classes on Wednesday Nights, please contact us for details of the organiser’s or why not check out our “What’s On” page to see what’s happening in the club this week.

We have several activity groups including Football (for 4 year olds and up), Angling, Bowls, Ladies Section, Pigeon Club, Cricket.