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Burnley Miners Social Club
27a Plumbe St
Burnley, Lancashire, BB11 3AA
01282 422791

 


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Burnley is a special place to visit. At the heart of Pennine Lancashire, historic houses and industrial heritage sit along side more quirky attractions such as a working forge and a brewery. Fun and exciting events take place all year, look out for Burnley Balloon Festival, Heritage Open Days or the Classic Car Show as well as over 150 other galas, fairs, exhibitions and festivals. Burnley also offers great shops, food, drink, walks and rides. What's on in Burnley

 

Social Clubs in Burnley

   
Briercliffe Working Mens Club
Holgate Street
Burnley Lancashire BB10 2HQ
Tel: 01282 423802
Burnley Miners Social Club
27a Plumbe Street
Burnley Lancashire BB11 3AA
Tel: 01282 422791
   
Colne Conservative Club
105 Albert Road
Colne Lancashire BB8 0BS
Tel: 01282 863288
Foulridge Social Working Mens Club
Town Gate
Foulridge Lancashire BB8 7PL
Tel: 01282 863157
   
Green Street Sports & Social Club
33 Grn Street
Burnley Lancashire BB10 1SZ
Tel: 01282 424561
Lane Head Working Mens Club
2 Jibb Hill Marsden Road
Burnley Lancashire BB10 2DE
Tel: 01282 422120
   
Palace Bingo & Social Club
Leeds Road
Nelson Lancashire BB9 9TD
Tel: 01282 615678
Paradise Working Mens Club
4 Martin Street
Burnley Lancashire BB10 1SH
Tel: 01282 421036
   
Poultry Fanciers Working Mens Club
39 Railway View
Brierfield Lancashire BB9 7PH
Tel: 01282 612404
Shorthomers Working Mens Club
42 Midland Street
Nelson Lancashire BB9 7RJ
Tel: 01282 618658
   
The Lamb Working Mens Club
2-6 Church Street
Barrowford Lancashire BB9 6EE
Tel: 01282 613149
Worsthorne Social Club
1 Clegg Street
Worsthorne Lancashire BB10 1AX
Tel: 01282 428707
   
Barrowford Conservative Club
131 Gisburn Road
Barrowford Lancashire BB9 6EP
Tel: 01282 614002
Barrowford Working Mens Club & Institute
David Street
Barrowford Lancashire BB9 6HL
Tel: 01282 615472
   
Brierfield Working Mens Club
Walter Street
Brierfield Lancashire BB9 5AW
Tel: 01282 615167
Carlton Working Mens Club
15 Brook Street
Nelson Lancashire BB9 9PU
Tel: 01282 691460
   
Daneshouse Working Mens Club
Nicholl Street
Burnley Lancashire BB10 1LX
Tel: 01282 422283
Fulledge Conservative Working Mens Club
34 Plumbe Street
Burnley Lancashire BB11 3AB
Tel: 01282 424598
   
Ightenleigh Social Club
389 Padiham Road
Burnley Lancashire BB12 6SZ
Tel: 01282 422306
Lowerhouse Mills Social Club
Lowerhouse Lane
Burnley Lancashire BB12 6NB
Tel: 01282 772713
   
Padiham Working Mens Club
Church Street
Padiham Lancashire BB12 8JQ
Tel: 01282 771346
Palatine Working Mens Club
Norfolk Street
Nelson Lancashire BB9 7TN
Tel: 01282 615839
   
Pleasant Home & Pride Working Men's Club
Burnham Gate
Burnley Lancashire BB11 4SE
Tel: 01282 421440
Rosegrove Unity Working Mens Club
Rossendale Road
Burnley Lancashire BB11 5DL
Tel: 01282 424372
   
St Andrews Conservative Club
176-178 Colne Road
Burnley Lancashire BB10 1DY
Tel: 01282 421949
United Irish League Working Mens Club
3 Livesey Street
Padiham Lancashire BB12 7AB
Tel: 01282 771504
   
Yatefield Social Club
27 Cog Lane
Burnley Lancashire BB11 5AY
Tel: 01282 423128
 
   
 
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Burnley is a large town in the borough of Burnley in Lancashire, England, with a population of around 73,021. It lies 19 miles (30.4 km) east of Preston at the confluence of the River Calder and River Brun. It began life in the early medieval period as a small market town, but its main period of expansion came during the Industrial Revolution, when it became the world's largest producer of cotton cloth. Today, Burnley has lost much of its industry, and is increasingly a dormitory town for Manchester, Leeds and the M65 corridor. The public sector is now the town's largest employer. Burnley is well-served for a town of its size. There is a 9-screen multiplex cinema in the town centre, operated by Apollo Cinemas, and a theatre called the Mechanics Institute, which plays host to touring comedians and musical acts, as well as staging amateur dramatics. A second performance space, the purpose-built £1.5m Burnley Youth Theatre, opened nearby in 2005. For art lovers, there is a small contemporary visual arts gallery, the Mid-Pennine Gallery, and - on the outskirts of Burnley - larger galleries in the town's two stately homes, Towneley Hall and Gawthorpe Hall. There are also two local museums: the town's Historical Society operates the Museum of Local History in the historic surroundings of the Weavers' Triangle, while the Queen Street Mill Textile Museum celebrates Burnley's weaving past. Once a year, Burnley hosts the two-day Burnley National Blues Festival, one of the largest Blues festivals in the country, drawing fans from all over Britain to venues spread across the town. In the 1970s, it was also an important venue for Northern Soul; several local pubs still hold regular Northern Soul nights. In recent years, the town has also hosted an annual balloon festival in the setting of Towneley Park. Burnley has a lively nightlife, drawing clubbers from all over the north-west. The town is dominated by the club Lava Ignite; other major bars and nightclubs include Fusion (electro, retro, ghetto, house and techno), Calamity Jane's (cowboy-themed), Smackwater Jacks, Isabar, Posh, The Hellbound Rockclub @ Graffiti Club and Sanctuary Rock Bar. Burnley has a small gay scene, centred on the Garden Bar in St James Street. There are also chain-owned bars, such as Wetherspoons and Walkabout. The local brewery, Moorhouse's, was founded in 1865, and currently operates six pubs in the area, while more Bénédictine is drunk in one local working men's club, the Burnley Miners Club, than anywhere else in the world, after a local regiment stationed in Normandy during World War I brought back a taste for the drink. More on Burnley 


 

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