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Organisation details

Kirklees Information
23rd July 2014
Batley Rock and Roll Club
For people who enjoy listening and dancing to 50s and 60s music, and socialising. Most members are over 35 years of age.

Meet every Wednesday from 8pm to 11.30pm; or once a month on Friday from 7.30pm to midnight.

For more information, contact:
Secretary
Mr Graham Newell
38 Shirley Road ,
Gomersal ,
Cleckheaton ,
BD19 4ND
Tel: 01274 861541
Email: djdaddygee@live.co.uk


News

Rock and roll the night away at St.Mary
All Friday nights 7.30pm till 12 midnight

Aug 8th Bernie Woods & The Forest Fires
Sept 12th The Buddies
Oct 10th Some Like It Hot
Nov 14th The Heartbeats
Dec 5th The Alligaters
Dec 26th The Bobcats

History
The rock and roll club has been going for over 20 years it was run by St. Mary's committee but numbers had fallen off. So in 2006 we formed The Batley Rock and Roll Club and turned it in to a lively well attended rock and roll club. We now attract between 50 to 70 people on Wednesdays and 100 to 120 on the one Friday we have monthly. We limit attendance to 120 to give people room to dance.

 

Look for similar organisations in these categories:

Music societies and associations
Dancing
Social groups
Venue:
St Mary's Social Club and Parochial Hall,
Melton Street,
Crossbank,
Batley,
WF17 8PT
Getting there:
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Venue access:
All key services are accessible.Wheelchair access
Either, there are specially marked parking spaces for disabled people, or disabled people can park within 50 metres of an accessible entrance.Disabled parking
There is a toilet which can be accessed by people with disabilities including wheelchair users. This means that it complies with the standards set out in Part M of the Building Regulations,'Access to and use of buildings.Fully accessible toilet
There is a loop system. Please contact the venue if you need further information.Loop system
Level or ramped access to all rooms except the first floor studio, which has two stairways and a wheelchair lift from the main foyer. Ramped access to the main entrance. Full toilet facilities, including for disabled persons, on all three floors.
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