In the centre of our town in Church Lane stands Legion House, and behind the façade of this Grade I listed building is housed The Royal British Legion Club. For many years the Club has been perceived as a ‘fuddy-duddy’, serving a few grumpy old men, but how times have changed.
The Royal British Legion Club has, over the last few years, become a much more forward looking organisation, seeking to serve not just ex-service personnel, but also our community that is the Blandford area. Many local charitable organisations and their relations have benefited their causes by fund-raising utilising the facilities within the building.
The Club can also be used for private functions such as wedding receptions, Christening celebrations, anniversaries, birthday parties or after funeral receptions.
We host regular events for children and have live music throughout the year – like and follow our Facebook page for news on upcoming events!
We have two full sized snooker tables, two free to play pool tables, skittle alley and numerous dart boards. When you consider that the pool table is free, the drinks reasonably priced, and you are in a comfortable, secure surrounding, the annual joining fee is small.
The hall can be booked by anyone and can be used for many different events parties, celebration get togethers, bingo, quiz, dances the possibilities are endless. The Club can also help with organising entertainment to ensure you get the event right. If your event is a charity fundraiser we will do our best to help where we can and usually charge no hire fee for the hall.
We are in a position to help with catering for booked events – please email email@example.com to discuss your requirements.
We have multiple rooms available to hire which are suitable for business meetings. So, if you are looking to host any kind of event, do not hesitate to contact us to see if we can help.
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Robert Laurence Binyon
“They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old:
Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.
At the going down of the sun and in the morning
We will remember them.”