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Report - Easington and District Working Mens Club Feb 2012

Discussion in 'Leisure Sites' started by dave, Feb 24, 2013.

  1. dave

    dave 28DL Regular User
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    Sorry about this folks its a year old though having seen Cats report on Southwick Club it inspired me to dig this one out. Krypton has a report on it already here which was why i didnt bother at the time. Shame to see such a fine old working mens club in such a sorry state still i suppose its a sign of the times and of course with Easington colliery now closed with all the other local collieries wouldnt have helped matters. I think this place closed around 2009 looking at the paperwork not to sure about its current state though it was still standing about 6 months ago.

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    A reminder of the coal industry which once dominated this area.

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    Ahh yes Thick and Thin a great local act like many others the life blood of the local north east club scene i wonder what there doing now.

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    Upstairs office.

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    This place seems massive once inside a bit like the tardis well worth a look though as i said earlier not sure about its current state.
     

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