About the Rhodrons Club


The Rhodrons Club was founded in 1917 as a social club for local residents and thrives to this day with approximately 800 members, many of whom are life long members.

The club has two bars, a pool & games room, a 3 table snooker room, function hall and a patio garden area... and of course we enjoy competitive social club prices at the bar.

The Rhodrons Club, Surrey


Social activities include regular Saturday night live entertainment, special tribute acts, disco's, party events, weekly Bingo & Quiz nights, race nights, keep fit sessions, all live Premiership, European & international football on large screen TV's & digital projectors and free Wi-Fi internet access.

The function hall can be used by members for wakes. This is free to our members they only having to pay for the Bar Staff.

Contact us if you have any questions about any of the Rhodrons Club's facilities or if you're looking for space for your own event/party.

Weekly events schedule at the Rhodrons Club

We run various events on a weekly a bi-weekly basis such as Poker nights and Bingo nights. For more information, see the schedule below.

  • Monday
    Slimming World

    Morning, afternoon and evening sessions.

  • Tuesday
    Konga Class

    High intensity work-out class

  • Wednesday
    Bingo night

    20:30 - 22:30

  • Thursday
    Poker night

    20:00 - Midnight

  • Friday
    Function hall events

    Hall for hire, enquire for more information

  • Saturday
    Bands, Parties and more in the function hall

    Hall for hire, enquire for more information

  • Sunday
    Function hall events

    Hall for hire, enquire for more information

The Committee

  • Brian Rafferty

  • Kieron Tomlin

  • Alan Baxter
    Committee Member

  • Alison Rafferty

  • Paul Fry
    Committee Member

  • Robert O'Hara
    Committee Member

  • Maggie Trinder
    Committee Member

  • Ray Baker
    Committee Member


  • Lynn Booth
    Bar Manager

  • Brian McGann

A brief history

Key events in the history of The Rhodrons Club


The Rhodrons Club was founded in 1917 as a social club for local residents


At a Committee meeting in May 1948 it was agreed that Whisky could not be sold until after 8pm!


In June 1954 the playing of “Housey, Housey” as it was “strictly speaking illegal” was suspended. Following advise from the local constabulary in resumed in Sept called “Bingo” and restricted to members only .


In 1954 membership cards were introduced for all 231 members


The AGM of 1955 was noteworthy as again the Chairman complained to the Membership that the signing in of guests had become lax (some things never change).


Mr Thorn of Thorn Electrics offered to supply and install a 17” television set for £100, which was unanimously rejected by the Committee as it was too expensive and there was nowhere suitable to house such an object.


The Club relinquished it “tied house “ status by taking out a commercial loan in 1999 and soon after introduced an electrionic door entry system which is still operational today


Rhodrons Club bar gets a full refurbishment!