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About Us



The Working Men's club was situated in Rochester Road above the brewery bottling plant. The beer sold at the club came from the local brewery. 

The club later moved premises a couple of doors down where it remains today.

1. Name and Constitution

1.1  The Society is a Private Family Club. It shall be called the Aylesford Village Club and is hereafter referred to as 'The Club'

2. Registered Office

2.1  The registered office of the Club shall be 

57 Rochester Road



ME20 7BS


2.2  The registered office shall not be changed, except by the resolution of a special general meeting.

2.3  In the event of any change in the situation of the registered office, notice of such change shall be sent to the Registrar in the form prescribed by the Treasury Regulations.

3. Objects

3.1  The Club is established for the purpose of providing its members the means of social interaction, mutual helpfulness, mental and moral improvement and rational recreation.

4. Application of Funds

4.1  All monies received on account of entrance fees, subscriptions, levies, fines, donations, sales of rules, or

otherwise and enters on investments shall be applied in carrying out the objects of the Club, in accordance with the rules.

4.2  Any officer misapplying the funds shall repay the amount misapplied and be excluded without prejudice to his liability to prosecution for such misapplication.

5. Investment
6. Borrowing
7. Membership
8. Applying for Membership
9. Non-Members
10. Subscriptions
11. Disqualification and Forfeitures of Membership
12. Meetings
13. Officers
14. Trustees
15. Treasurer
16. Secretary
17. Committee of Management

Hall Hire

We have a fantastic hall which can be hired for....

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