The Club

Front of ClubHall Bower Athletic Club is a small private members club in the lovely semi-rural location of Hall Bower, below Castle Hill, Huddersfield.

It is run entirely by volunteers from the local community and usually hosts an annual festival in July.

The Club reopened on Friday 31st July. Initial openings being 4pm-8pm Fridays and Sundays.  Additional openings will be advertised.

Measures have been put in place to keep staff and customers safe during the Covid-19 pandemic. The bar area should be kept clear at all times.  Following latest Government guidance, we currently operate table service only.  Payment should be via contactless card wherever possible.

People should stay seated in their groups (maximum of 6 per ‘bubble’), preferably outside if the weather permits. Families are welcome, but children should stay seated with a responsible adult. Customers are asked not to move any tables as locations are set for social distancing. Customers should return empty glasses, bottles and cans to the collection point away from the bar.

There will be a one way system for entrance/exit and the stairs. Please observe signage.  Only one person at a time will be allowed in the toilets.

All dogs must be kept on a lead at your table.

We will be recording name and telephone number upon arrival, for the purpose of NHS track and trace. These records will be destroyed in 3 weeks unless required.  In addition, you can scan the QR code provided and use with the NHS Track and Trace app.  Regardless of this, we still have to record your name and contact number.

Please do not attend the Club if you feel unwell.

We accept cash or card payments, but do not accept cheques or provide any form of credit.

We have a full range of beers, soft drinks, wines and spirits, with a good selection of gins, all at very reasonable prices.

Always available:-

  • At least 1 guest draught ale
  • Cold draught lager
  • Guinness (surger cans only during the pandemic)
  • At least 4 x premium gins
  • Coffee & Tea

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