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01628 620579
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The Maidenhead Conservative Club was founded as the Maidenhead Conservative Working Men’s Club and is essentially a social club for its members.

Whilst we do have ties to the Conservative Party we are not in any way managed or controlled by the Party. Funds raised in our Club are used as in any social club to support the general running of the Club. The members are the owners.

We are proud to be associated with our Local MP Mrs Theresa May, who on occasions visits our club, and attends some of our functions.

New members are very welcome - if you would like to join our club and find out what a great crowd we are please see our Membership page. You do not need to be a Conservative supporter, being active socially is more important.

To find out more about what’s going on in our club read the latest edition of our newsletter here.

Normal Opening Hours:

Monday-Thursday 11:00am To 11:00pm
Friday-Saturday 11:00am To 11:45pm
Sunday 12:00am To 11:00pm

Club News:

Don't forget Dawn Alacey will be performing at the club on 30th August.

The August Newsletter is available now.

The Jolly Boys are off to the Great British Beer Festival on 15th August. If you are interested in joining them please contact Ray or Moose.

The road works have now been completed so access to the club is as per usual. Why not pop in and admire the new tarmac outside!

Following the AGM on Thursday 24th April we now have a new committee; please see the committee page for details. A thank you to all of the old committee for their hard work over the last year.

Graham and Sue Robertson have now been appointed to replace Ray and Viv and will be commencing their appointment on 4 May, and we are sure everyone will give them a warm welcome to the Club.

Jill continues with the excellent new catering arrangements, with positive feedback; the lunch food is of a high quality and the evening rolls and sandwiches have proved popular.