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Lindley Liberal Club

Lindley Liberal Club

Category: Pubs Category: Pubs

Address: Occupation Road, Lindley, Huddersfield, HD3 3EQ

Landline: 01484 4... Landline: 01484 4...

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About Us... The Club has been in existence since it's foundation stone was laid on 9th August 1887. Lindley Liberal Club is situated in the centre of the village adjacent to the famous Lindley Clock Tower. We are approximately two miles northwest of Huddersfield Town Centre, easily accessible by a regular bus service and enjoying a membership of approximately 2000 members.

A study of the legal deeds of Lindley Liberal Club gives an insight into how the club has developed from small beginnings into the large and successful club of today. The first entry we find was on July 21st, 1887, when land known as "The Acres" comprising of about 780sq. yards and owned by Mr. Thomas Hey, a local grocer, was sold to Lindley Liberal Building Company Ltd for £195. The land purchased at that time did not include the present bowling green nor the spare land nearby. The stalwarts, who signed for and on behalf of Lindley Liberal Building Company Ltd on that historic day, were chairman Frederick William Sykes, Secretary Henry Kilner, and trustees Mr. Arthur Walker and Mr. Joel Crosland. Building commenced at once and the foundation stone laid the following month on August 9th, 1887. The club came into use the following year.

In 1891 the club was registered with the friendly societies as Lindley Liberal Working Men's Club.
We move on to December 28th, 1910 when Lindley Liberal Building Company Ltd sold the building and land to Lindley Liberal Club for the princely sum of £500. The building was subject to "Trust" clauses.
"Must be used as a political and social club, for persons residing in the district in which the club is, and holding opinions in accordance with those held by the Liberal Party in Huddersfield, as expressed from time to time, through the Huddersfield Association and to permit the several privileges, advantages, conveyances and accommodation of a club to be provided on the said premises and to permit the same to be used on behalf of the association of Liberals as expressed in Lindley and District in such a manner as said trustees shall in their discretion think fit."

More Information... We aim to provide a wide range of Entertainment and Events for our members which include shopping trips, race trips, sporting events, children's events and seasonal events. Our forthcoming events and entertainment are listed below.

The Membership secretary is available every Thursday evening in the office from 7pm to 8pm for members to collect their membership card or to contact if you have any questions or queries relating to membership. All subscriptions are due each year from the 1st January.

By Law, all guests must be signed in by a member using the book provided in the entrance. If you are a team attending a sporting event such as snooker, bowling, football etc. Please sign the sporting guest book which also located by the clubs entrance. if you are attending a private function or party please ring the bell in the club foyer and a member of staff will assist.

Children are always welcome at Lindley Liberal Club but we do ask parents/guardians to ensure that they are properly supervised at all times and that they are not left on their own.
Children must vacate the club premises by 19:30 on all evenings, including Bank Hollidays.

This is at the rear of the club. It has a separate building where members can store their bowling equipment if required or just sit and have a chat. There is also a pleasant seating area around the perimeter of the bowling green.

In 1911 a piece of land behind the club came on to the market, Mr. F. W. Sykes of Green Lea Lindley purchased this land and presented it to the club for a "peppercorn" lease on the opening of the bowling Green in May 1912. The "peppercorn" rent had to be paid on Christmas day of each year and within the agreement it also stipulated that the club were not allowed to build on the land. The addition of a bowling green came at an opportune time, for the club was beginning to face opposition from two other working men's clubs which had been established in the village, one of which had its own bowling green.

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