at 1 Crook Street, Chester, CH1 2BE United Kingdom
United Services ex-serviceman's club in Chester.
The Club key was presented to Lt Gen Sir H de Beauvoir-De-Lisle at the opening ceremony of the club in 1921. The key was later acquired and given to the Club by Lt Col W.E. Brown DSO MG and is on view in the club Lt Gen Sir H de Beauvoir-De-Lisle 1864 -1955 aged 90 He attained the rank of General and held various commands including GOC-in-Chief of Western Command until 1923 he retired in 1926. He saw service in Egypt where he won the DSO and fought in the 2nd Boar War and WW1. An avid polo player his skills were well known and he spent much of the years 1929 to 1930 training polo teams for the Maharaja in India. The club moved to its current premises’ in the 1970’s from Watergate Street.
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Congratulations to the Bagatelle team who won against the Spital last night to become CHAMPIONS of the summer league. Well done to all the team
To celebrate Armed Forces Day in the Club. Tomorrow will be £2.00 a pint for Members.
DON'T FORGET YOUR MEMBERSHIP SUBS ARE NOW DUE
Thank you Santa & his Elves, Robbie Reindeer, Cookie & Luke a good day was had by all at the Children's Xmas Party. Thanks again to Polly for all his fundraising which made it possible.
Thank you Vicky and Darren Edwards for all your hard work creating the magnificent buffet for last nights pensioners party.
The Club would like to say a Big Thank You to Amy Bell and her team Christine Bell, Richard Marshall and Katherine Marshall for all your hard work today. You were superb.
A MASSIVE Congratulations to the Bagatelle team on winning the league tonight against the Cottage. Well done guys.