About The Epsom Club

The Epsom Club is a traditional private members club in Epsom with a long established history of providing club facilities to the wider community in the local area. It has a fully licensed bar with large TV screens and wi-fi access. There is a separate meeting room with bar, a smaller function room, a snooker room and a covered terrace leading to a wonderful large garden. The Epsom Club is situated minutes away from Epsom Railway Station and is on or near all major bus routes. The Epsom Club can provide venue hire and catering services through preferential suppliers, subject to arrangement and booking conditions.


New membership applications are encouraged and new members are always given a warm welcome. The process for a new member application is by way of introduction. The Club Secretary, Steward or any current full member should be approached in order to obtain a proposed membership application form. The completed application form should be submitted along with a £5 non-returnable administration fee. The application requires a Proposer and Seconder, both of whom should be current members. The form is then submitted to the Club Committee for consideration, including a short interview of the proposed new member. Membership entitlements include:

  • Special discount card for bar purchases.
  • After 5 years shared equity.
  • Access to Club facilities and outings.
  • Access to the Snooker Room and Club competitions, subject to qualification.
  • Hiring of the Club’s facilities at membership rates.

Now Available New Affiliates.

  • Candidates are proposed, seconded and interviewed in the normal way.
  • Annual Fee is £50 with Bar Cards supplied to all new Affiliates.
  • T&Cs apply.

For more information email the Secretary – secretary.epsomclub@ntlworld.com

The new Committee.

Martin Mitchell. President until the next AGM (Yet to be fixed)

Mary Dixson.    Club Secretary

John Konopka.  Club Treasurer

William Browning.   Chairman

Rob Tapping.    Vice Chairman

Gerry Booth.    Committee Member

Monte Bramford.       “            “

Neil Dallen.               “            “

Roger Hicks.             “            “

Viviane Sinnock.       “            “

Ray Welsh.               “            “

The Trustees remain the same namely, Jack Payne, Vic Collier and Ken Harris.

Results of the poll are on the Notice Board in the Club Hallway so don’t forget to take a look when you’re next in.


Dear friends of Epsom Club,

Mary, our Secretary, is unwell so probably unable to update you on the new COVID rules and opening times as well as the activities planned for October.

From TODAY, everyone MUST arrive with a face mask and wear it except when sitting at their table.

Opening times have had to be adjusted as we must vacate the premises by 22.00hrs., see revised times below.

You will be turned away if you have not booked and there is no space.

To book please email anndallen@hotmail.co.uk or ring 01372 728187 or 07775 610332.

Neil Dallen 

The Club opening hours have been slightly reduced to allow for extra cleaning to be carried out more often. The new opening hours are as follows:


Tuesday                    6.pm – 10.00pm

Wednesday              11.30am – 4.00pm Then Closed

Thursday                  11.30am – 4pm & 6.pm – 10pm

Friday                        11.30am – 4.00pm & 6.pm – 10pm                


Starting on the 5 September, the Club will no longer be open on a Saturday daytime as there is very little support for this. It will, however, open evenings from 6pm – 10pm as requested by a number of members.  Hope you will support this change and enjoy a Saturday night out!

Sunday                     12 noon – 4.00pm then closed for the rest of the day

For the time being, only Full Members, Honorary Members, Spouses/Partners of a Member and Affiliates can use the Club.  No guests can be brought in at present.

PLEASE NOTE. There is a maximum number of people allowed in the Club at any one time and entry will be on a first come first served basis.  

Entry to the Club will only be by the front door. Do not use the key pad to enter, but ring the bell. Someone will be on duty in the lobby and will let you in and take your temperature with a non-contact thermometer gun. Temperatures registering over 37.5 will need to leave and go home.  Under 37.5 you will be admitted.  You must then complete your name, bar account number and time of entry in the logbook provided, sited on the desk in the hallway.  For health reasons, please bring your own pen to make the entry in the logbook.  Please use the hand gel provided when entering the premises. You will then be allocated a table.