What’s next for the clubhouse bar?
In March the Club’s new bar manager Kieron took over running the club facility so we asked him to tell us about his role, experience and plans for the future.
I joined this club to meet new people and experience a sport that I have not experienced before. When the opportunity arose for the position of bar manager, I thought to myself ‘I can fill that role and get the clubhouse back on the social scene’ It was also a chance to get involved more with the club.
I have been a member of various clubs and part of the fun of joining these clubs is the opportunity to relax and have a drink afterwards.
I’ve had previous experience working in bars at my local village pub and a bar in Tenerife, plus my cousin has also been in the trade for many years, so i’ve picked up a view good habits.
This is a fantastic club with potential stars in the making, so my hope is that people enjoy the facility. I may not be Tom Cruise but I do have some ideas, such as introducing guest beers for a limited time.
If you’d like to know more then keep an eye on the Clubs notice board as I will be posting leaflets on offers. I’m also open to suggestions on what Club members would like to see behind the bar (apart from a handsome barman or bar-women). Come and talk to me or leave your suggestion on the notice board.
I’m also recruiting for volunteer bar staff, you must be 18 or over and are happy working with tills.
This is our Club so support it by using the Bar when it’s open, and don’t forget the profits go back into the club and could help towards the purchase of a new boat. It’s also a great way to make our visitors welcome.