LIVE ENTERTAINMENT, TRIBUTES & SPECIAL EVENTS
Monday 11:30am - 3pm then 6pm - 11pm
Tuesday 11:30am - 3pm then 6pm - 10:30pm
Wednesday 12:00 - 3pm then 6pm - 11pm
Thursday 11:30am -11pm
Friday 11:30am - 3pm then 6pm - 11:30pm
Saturday 11am - 11:30pm
Sunday 11am - 7pm
Come and Visit Us
Every Tuesday 8pm
plus 2 Flyers every Friday and Saturday evenings.
Friday Bingo 8:30pm - 9pm
Saturday Bingo 8pm - 8:30pm
DANCING & LESSONS
Mojive Lessons & Dancing every Wednesday evenings
THURSDAY LUNCHTIME CLUB
Quizzes Games and Bingo
LUCKY 7 & MEAT DRAW
KEY TO A FORTUNE & JOKER
KTAF every Friday evening.
JOKER every Saturday evening.
SNOOKER, POOL, DARTS, CRIBBAGE & DOMINOES ETC
New Team Members are always welcome
Friday 8th September 2023
Congratulations to Hythe Club's snooker team 'C' for achieving runners up in the Premier league and to Lee Ashbolt for the highest break of 74.
Well done lads!
Russ Patrick (Captain).
Tuesday 11:30am - 14:00pm
Thursday 11:30am - 14:00pm
Saturday 11am - 14:00pm
FUNCTION ROOM BOOKING
Ideal location for Parties, skittle nights and celebrations.
Full bar facilities. Small stage and dance floor.
Strictly NO 18th Birthday parties.
Must be a Club Member to book.
Catering available on request.
Please contact the Club Secretary for more details and booking.
HISTORY OF HYTHE CLUB
Hythe Club traces its history back to 1797 when missionaries from a congregational chapel were sent across Southampton Water to convert the “Hethens” as natives of Hythe were known. They went on to build a chapel close to where a ferry still connects the village to the city via the world’s oldest working pier. One suspects the founders would not be too happy, however, to find that three walls of that original building are now part of the club’s snooker room. After a spell as a Mission Hall and as a school a British Legion Club was formed on the site in 1927, becoming a CIU club in 1937. Since then the club has steadily expanded and with 1,950 members is one of the largest in the South. Expansion is not that easy, however, in what is a conservation area, and the club’s new conservatory, for instance, was only built after lengthy discussions with the planners.