Welcome to the Keston Men's Club website

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General Information

The date the club was founded is a little vague, but it moved to its present location around 1935...

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Keston Men’s Club is located at the back of the Village Hall in Keston, Kent...

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Anyone wishing to join the club who is not being introduced by an existing member...

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Temporary closure of Keston Men’s Club

We have been advised by the trustees that Keston Village Hall will be closed immediately until the end of April. The committee has agreed that we should follow suit and therefore the Club will be closed until further notice. The key safe code will also be changed.

As soon as the new restrictions that have been announced by the government are lifted, the Club will be reopened.

Singles tournament final

The final of the singles tournament will take place this coming Saturday, June 15th at 2pm. Les Tolman and Neil Raishbrook will battle it out over five frames to see who becomes the first winner of the competition since 2007. All members are welcome to come along and watch!

End of session

At the end of a playing session be sure to brush the table thoroughly. Without wishing to teach my grandmother how to suck eggs, brushing should start at the baulk end of the table, parallel to the sides and with the nap. Don’t forget to brush the tops of the cushions.

Enter details of the session and any additional payments in the register. Return the pot to the cupboard and make sure that everything is turned off.

The heaters

The two heaters in the room are fed by the coin-operated meter near the clock on the end wall. Ensure that the red switch is in the ‘on’ position and use the pound coin to feed the meter. When leaving the club remember to turn the red switch to ‘off’.