When Brentham was built over 100 years ago, the Club or ‘Institute’ was the social heart of the suburb. Today the Brentham Club remains a place to meet over a coffee in the ‘Fred Perry Coffee Shop’ or a drink in the recently refurbished bar.
For the more energetic the Club offers a wide range of sporting activities for all ages and abilities, including tennis, football, cricket and bowls. The Club also hosts an annual fireworks display in November, which is open to the general public.
For the less energetic there is a wonderful snooker room, opportunity to play darts and an active bridge club. For more information and details of membership visit the club website.
See latest 2017 Brochure here
The Brentham Archive holds copies of Annual General Meetings (AGMs) from 1968 thru 2019 (2020 and 2021 were cancelled due to Covid restrictions). The AGM’s include a Chairman’s report, financial accounts and individual sections’ updates. For copies contact firstname.lastname@example.org